Lena has always been a fighter, breaking barriers and defying odds. Raised by a single mother, life handed her its own set of challenges when she herself became a single mom at just 16. Where many saw an end, Lena saw a new beginning.
With the support of her mom, friends, and an unwavering spirit, she completed high school and then made her way into community college. Juggling responsibilities of motherhood with a part-time job, she not only graduated but did so with impeccable grades, earning herself a scholarship to the prestigious Cornell University. Just two years later, Lena's diligence and determination paid off when she secured a highly sought-after position at Goldman Sachs.
At Goldman, Lena was more than just an analyst; she was a rising star. Within five years, with the help of a senior partner, she found herself at Harvard Business School. Her return to Goldman Sachs was triumphant, her reputation echoing her accomplishments, while her daughter blossomed, witnessing her mother's tenacity firsthand.
Now, Lena faces a crossroads. Two of her HBS classmates have approached her with a tempting proposition: to become a key player in their fast-growing Fintech startup which boasts the backing of industry giants Andreesen Horowitz and Sequoia. While the startup promises potential riches, with Lena likely securing upwards of $10 million in equity, Goldman Sachs offers stability. As she inches closer to a partnership, her annual compensation could well exceed the million-dollar mark.
You are Ben, founder and CEO of the startup, poised with the task of persuading Lena (the chatbot) to leave her secure perch at Goldman and embrace the uncertain world of startups.
Be patient - the computer is thinking...