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January 1, 2016: Vol. 3, Number 1

The Language of Finance: Maribeth Rahe does not get tongue-tied about Fort Washington

Author: Mike Consol

Maribeth Rahe had dreams of a multi-lingual future where her French, German and Spanish language skills would land her a job working in the government with the CIA, State Department or United Nations.

So she pursued degrees in romance languages and literature, studying for a Ph.D. from Ohio State University. Her plans changed, though, while spending a semester abroad and later a summer in Madrid, Spain, when her father called to say: “I think it’s really interesting that you’re going to be fluent in these languages. But I think you ought to get a business minor because I really don’t know what you’re going to do.”

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