Munzer has had a combined 14 months of experiences in the Financial Services and Healthcare industries. Working as a Financial Representative Intern at Northwestern Mutual in 2016, Munzer had the opportunity to consult for a client to restructure his business of $12 million to mitigate risk and helped build a framework for a contract to reduce potential liabilities and conflicts among partners. He also met with clients across various professions ranging from small business owners to doctors and engineers to create personal financial plans. Munzer then continued his career at Cardinal Health as an Enterprise IT Finance Intern where he had the opportunity to lead efforts to reduce overseas tax reserves by researching CAP and Expense tax items and creating a walk to cross-reference data with his findings. He also reduced the time his team spent on grunt work by 67% using Excel VBA and macros in order to focus efforts on data analysis.
Munzer is currently an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for Computing Concepts/Competencies, a course that works in-depth with Microsoft Excel and Access. In this role, he became adept at using the applications for purposes such as macros, pivot tables, vlookups, building queries, charting, and basic VBA. Munzer also stays involved with many MSU organizations, holding leadership positions as Internal Vice-President of Operations and Founding Father of Phi Gamma Nu Professional Business Fraternity, Director of Promotions of Global Business Brigades, and Director of Supply Inventory Management of Blueprints for Pangaea. His leadership experiences taught him how to effectively lead teams, consistently restructure for higher efficiency, and implement new and existing agendas.
This upcoming summer, Munzer will be working at EY as a Risk Advisory Consulting Intern.