Nithya came to Fahrenheit 212 from UBS Investment Bank, where she worked as an Investment Banker in the Consumer Products and Retail Group.
In this group, she had exposure to both large and small cap clients across a wide range of industries including apparel, sporting goods, consumer electronics, supermarkets and restaurants.
Working with clients such Wal-Mart, Maidenform, Petco and Best Buy, Nithya’s role was to perform market research, financial analysis and offer strategic advice.
While at UBS, Nithya had the opportunity to work on high-profile transactions such as Best Buy’s acquisition of Pacific Sales Kitchen & Bath and Petco’s go-private.
With the desire to put her commercial background into a more creative light, Nithya joined Fahrenheit 212 in February 2007.
At Fahrenheit 212, Nithya calls on her commercial and financial experience to understand the core industry and market dynamics surrounding each project.
In doing this, Nithya provides insight to the team to abet the commercial viability of ideas.
Nithya graduated with Honors from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University in May 2005, where she received a B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Marketing.