Undergraduate Blog / Author: Jenny Ho

Jenny Ho

“This is such a Girls’ Team”

I was at a conference the other day with my coworkers to learn more about the chronic illness community in Greenwich, CT. We were very much so the only team with an all female staff. This has never particularly bothered me, as an alum of the first public all girls’ school in the state of…

Jenny Ho

How Working for a Medical Accessories Startup has made me more compassionate

While I am not chronically ill a bulk majority of my friends all suffer from some form of chronic illness. My best friend and Big, suffers from heart disease that requires frequent trips to the hospital. One of my mentors and CEO suffers from Chronic Lyme Disease and other co-infections. My father also passed away…

Jenny Ho

Having an “Adult” Job

I’ve never wanted to be one of those people that grew up quickly. You know the ones I’m talking about – the kids that always wished for their birthdays to come for that one extra candle on the cake. Don’t get me wrong; this aversion to aging isn’t due to a fear of responsibilities –quite…

Jenny Ho

3 Lessons from working at a Startup

Startups are exciting, fast- paced, and all around just a fun and energetic scene to be a part of. Working for a startup has been one of the best experiences I’ve had at Babson – it’s like FME, but with real stakes involved. This summer I am interning with Mighty Well, a medical accessories firm…