Dr. Baker thought his story would motivate other students, and I agree. Del kindly gave us permission to share his words here on the blog. Read about his journey below:
Hope you had a great Christmas! Enjoy the New Year and everything it has to offer.
My wife and I will be planning a trip in early spring to Philadelphia and I will be delighted to come by and see you at Peirce. I will keep you posted.
By the way, you see where Symbolic Logic landed me, I’m at the International Monetary Fund now -- the number of doors that have opened since completing at Peirce has been tremendous and I couldn’t be more grateful. I specifically noted symbolic logic because it was critical in the hiring process for the IMF; I was required to take these examinations and proctored critical thinking exercises, including ravens matrices and some fuzzy logic tests to qualify to be an IMF employee; the only thing I could reflect on was my Symbolic Logic program with you to help me get through it and I did so, successfully.
Have a wonderful week.
Del Alfred, CISSP-ISSAP, CSSLP
Information Security Officer
Congratulations, Del, we’re so happy to hear of your successes since graduating!