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3 success secrets from the founder who pivoted into jewelry design after 10 years as a Goldman Sachs analyst

26 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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The path had already been set out for Melissa Kaye. She had an undergraduate degree from MIT in engineering and computer science, along with a master's in computational finance from Carnegie Mellon.
She went on to spend 10 years working at Goldman Sachs as a quantitative strategy analyst. But by 2011, something changed, and she wanted to apply her mathematics and engineering knowledge to a passion of hers since childhood - jewelry design.
"I'm not really entirely sure where that interest came from," Kaye told Business Insider. "But when I was a kid, I had a little...
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