Careers at Huron

Weronika-Wasilewski
 

Meet Weronika

Weronika studied learning and organizational change at Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy. She always wanted to work in the education industry, but was not sure in what capacity.

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It was clear even before I started, as a potential Huron employee, that our leaders wanted to invest in me and my success.

Weronika studied learning and organizational change at Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy. She always wanted to work in the education industry, but was not sure in what capacity. One of Weronika’s on-campus mentors recommended Huron as a place where she could combine her passion for education and her analytical skill set.

Huron extended Weronika an offer to join the education team upon her graduation, which coincided with an opportunity to teach English in Poland through the Fulbright Commission. She was able to defer her Huron offer for a year and formally join Huron in 2017. “It was clear even before I started, as a potential Huron employee, that our leaders wanted to invest in me and my success.”

Weronika works with universities across the country to transform their administrative and student operations. Outside of her day-to-day projects, Weronika is actively involved in training and onboarding new employees on the education team, as well as supporting the management of the summer intern program.

At Huron, she has been fortunate to collaborate with people — including senior leaders — who are intellectually curious and know that there is always a new skill to discover or subject matter to explore. “Everyone, even those who have been consultants for years, recognizes that they have something to learn from others.”

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