Born and raised in Boston, Sam graduated Summa Cum Laude from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business with dual concentrations in finance and accounting. In the summer of 2010, Sam earned his Massachusetts real estate salesperson license and supported himself throughout college working in real estate brokerage in the Greater Boston Area.
For the last three years, Sam has worked in management and technology consulting for Accenture. He worked with several clients in Chicago and Boston. During his most recent engagement at Massachusetts’ largest healthcare provider, Partners Healthcare, Sam designed and oversaw the construction of two distinct 20,000 SF “Command Centers” within Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospital, two world-renown institutions. He was responsible for much of the space planning, technical/network infrastructure and renovation recommendations for the command centers, which housed more than 500 people. The total scope of this work effort was unprecedented for the two hospitals and amounted to 7-figure construction costs on the overall project budget of $1.2 Billion.
Sam recently assumed the management of a small family portfolio of properties in Boston and plans to expand as soon as possible. At MIT, Sam seeks to deepen his knowledge of real estate acquisitions, construction, finance, and development. Upon graduation, He plans to leverage this multi-disciplinary skill set to grow a real estate development business.
In his free time, Sam can be found singing, and playing guitar in the premier music venues in Boston with his band, The Beat Drops.