Cindy studied computer science engineering with a minor in finance at Princeton, and she knew she wanted to pursue a career that combined both disciplines. After graduating, she worked at a risk management consulting firm for a number of years. Cindy then went on to work for the Carlyle Group, one of Black Mountain’s first clients, before coming to Black Mountain herself.
Cindy usually begins her day with calls with clients or different Project Implementation Teams in need of advice on how to execute specific tasks requested by clients. The majority of her remaining time is spent on her team’s current build cycle, as well as researching the different software requirements currently on the market.
“I’m excited to come into work every morning knowing that I get to work with a very competent, intelligent, and motivated group of people.”
“My advice for a candidate coming to interview is to think about the various experiences you’ve had in school or at work. Be able to articulate what you were involved in and what you did and didn’t do well. We’re going to dive into those questions that show us what your thought processes are.”