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Alumni Spotlight

Daniel Leonard

Owner and Operator of Keep Scaling

Bachelors in Business Administration, minor in Judaic Studies, 2009

Describe your job responsibilities:

Currently, I own and operate a consulting business called Keep Scaling (www.keepscaling.com) where I design and build sales organizations for high-growth companies. I use a proven process to derisk the build-out of a traditional sales team, saving startup founders’ time and money.

 

What is rewarding about your work?

I have the opportunity to positively impact the growth curve of startups looking to change the world in unique ways. I think that's pretty cool.

 

Tell us about studying at the Frankel Center

I enjoyed my time in Frankel Center. I gained a new perspective on the history of the Jewish people. It also helped me build a well-rounded view of the world and was a welcome break from my business-focused studies at the Ross School of Business.

 

How did your education prepare you for your current job?

Michigan/Frankel Center's work-hard, play-hard attitude helped prep me for the real world. I'm a firm believer that you can make your career what you want it to be, and Michigan/Frankel Center helped me build confidence in that belief.

 

What advice would you give to students who are considering studying Judaic Studies?

Don't think twice! Be curious. Engage in classroom discussions. The professors and staff are excellent.