Ana Gvalia

Hometown: Tbilisi
Major: Finance & Entrepreneuship
College: D'Amore-Mckim School of Business

What was you favorite Honors class?

The Honors Seminar Justice with Barry Bluestone and Paola Cesarini that explored the issues of inequality, justice and moral foundations of public policy was my favorite Honors class at Northeastern. The lectures were brilliant and dense with interesting material and ideas and recaps were enlightening and explanatory. Great synthesis of material!

During your time at Northeastern, what experiences shaped who you are today as a graduating senior?

Living on campus as a Freshman and Sophomore and my co-op experiences as 3rd year and Junior. Meeting people all around the world and sharing the best years of my life shaped me as a global citizen.

What is your best memory from being a part of the Honors Program?

Professors – whose time and effort were exceptional that left little to no choice to listen, engage and explore the concepts discussed. Individualized attention to students’ needs fostered a sense of community and engraved the importance of individual.

Where are you headed after you graduate?

I am moving to San Francisco to explore my career options in innovative companies. It is my long-term goal to move back to Georgia and contribute to my homeland.