Attitude Is Altitude | An Aviator’s Path To Stanford GSB
Like many immigrants to the United States, Faraz watched his parents work blue-collar jobs to afford the new lives in store for their family of six. In his words, had they not “won the U.S. Immigration lottery” the three men of the family would likely be laboring in the Middle East somewhere. Instead, they took up life in Texas where Faraz later attended the University of Texas at Arlington and graduated with a 3.8 in Economics & Political Science before enlisting in the U.S. Air Force.
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