In Chapter 5 of 14, “Suits: A Woman on Wall Street” author Nina Godiwalla finds herself a fish out of water in New York City upon graduating college. Coming from Texas, public schools, and Parsi education into Wall Street as a female investment banker teaches Godiwalla about outsider status firsthand. Godiwalla makes the most from an oft uncomfortable experience by turning lessons learned into education opportunities for other women considering an investment banking career.
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In Chapter 14 of 14, ex-Morgan Stanley investment banker and "Suits: A Woman on Wall Street" author Nina Godiwalla shares why female role models are so critical in building a corporate finance career. Godiwalla faces ...
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