Some concerns that were brought up were that she would find it hard to adapt to a huge firm (coming from a boutique) and older analysts were uneasy about hiring the mother of two small children, schedule flexibility and travel. Mrs. Meetha was able to make a huge change from a California firm whose culture was more relaxed into her current position where she has thrived with more work at a faster pace. Also, I believe this stereotype of the “working mother” is long overdue to be erased. She has shown through her career an ability not just to perform what’s required of her, but also to stand out and shine in her profession.
For these reasons and more, I believe that the right candidate for the position is Mrs. Sonia