Whether you’re on a laptop or desktop, there’s a good chance you’re using a Dell computer or server. One of the largest tech corporations in the world, Dell is renowned for its supply chain management and excellent product development. Dell joined the LGO partnership in 2000 and has offered over 40 internship projects.

Mario Orozco (LGO ’16)
Location: Austin, TX
Research area: Product Development
Dell is committed to being on the edge of new technology and is continuously researching new opportunities. Mario’s project focused on a market assessment for artificial intelligence technology. He researched dozens of potential concepts and evaluated those with the highest potential using an analytics model. Saila Parthasarathy (LGO ’17) continued Mario’s research and developed an approach to using natural language algorithms to improve root cause analysis for technical support calls.

Jennifer Felch (LGO ’97)

Senior Vice President, IT Order Management and Finance, Dell
While at LGO: MBA & SM Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Previous studies: MIT, Mechanical Engineering
Jennifer holds four degrees from MIT: an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and three master’s degrees from Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and the Sloan School of Management. She has worked at partner companies Boeing and Dell and is now working on business intelligence and advanced analytics.

Karla Krause (LGO ’11)

Director, Americas Supply Chain Planning, Dell
While at LGO: MBA & SM Civil and Environmental Engineering
Previous studies: University of Michigan, Industrial Operations Engineering
Before joining LGO, Karla worked at Dell for five years in operations and planning. After her LGO internship at ABB, she returned to Dell and worked on strategic projects for the company as an internal consultant. In early 2016, she was promoted to lead the company’s supply chain throughout North and South America.

Chinasa Emeghara (LGO ’17)

Corporate Development Consultant, Dell
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: University of Texas, Electrical Engineering
Chinasa was an Accenture consultant in the energy industry for four years before joining LGO. As an LGO student, her venture aimed at increasing sustainable solar energy access for Nigerian small businesses earned her the prestigious Legatum Fellowship. She also conducted an LGO internship at Nike aimed at improving performance at its distribution centers. After graduating from MIT, Chinasa will join Dell as a corporate development consultant.

Dell participates in LGO Recruiting Week every year, hiring for multiple positions. Given the size of the corporation, they have offered positions in areas from supply chain and manufacturing operations to global strategy to product development.

Hires within the last five years: 7
Sample job titles: Supply Chain Operations Senior Planner, Global Services Strategist, Business Transformation Program Manager, Corporate Development Consultant
Location: Austin, Texas