Recently, he was selected as one of the 30 best students at the Texas Tech University Business School for the Business Leadership Program. Through this program, Timmy and 10 other students have the opportunity to experience business and culture experiences in Brazil and Chile. There they learn various things about how the country runs a business with a different culture. In addition, Timmy will also complete his studies one semester earlier than the predetermined schedule. Timmy also had the opportunity to intern at Credit Suisse on last summer’s vacation, at the Equity Research department.
Timmy is the only foreign student from Indonesia who is a member of Rawls Business Ambassador and is even trusted to become treasurer in 2013. The organization only accepts 30 members with strict selection, namely members must have academic intelligence and social skills.
It turned out that Timmy’s activeness in organizing did not stop there, at a higher level, he joined the Rawls Business Leadership Program. Even in this organization, Timmy is the only international program student. Of the 60 members, Timmy was chosen as one of 30 members who will depart to Brazil and Argentina in 2016 for 2 weeks to hone leadership skills.
Timmy aspires to become a banker because he is interested in challenging challenges in the fields of investment banking and investment analysts. Even after meeting with the former Indonesian Minister of Finance, Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Timmy has new aspirations to continue his struggle to become the Minister of Finance of Indonesia in the future.