After spending a decade in the U.S. Army, Micah decided to make a career pivot. As a former Green Beret, Micah was deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq before exiting the service to co-found a brewery with military friends in North Carolina.
“In the Army, I worked with incredible people, and Wharton provides that same experience with talented and high-caliber students.”
Micah spent time on both of Wharton’s campuses: in Philadelphia and San Francisco.
On the Water
The Wharton Crew and Rowing Club was another highlight of Micah’s student experience. When the program began, he contacted the crew team and joined. He also encouraged a few of his classmates to join too.
“On each campus, students are spending every other weekend together for two years in a very challenging program. This leads to instant bonding, which is deepened by the time we spend together outside of class. Students get together for weekend getaways, ski and beach weekends, birthdays, and more.”
Looking back on what he learned at Wharton, Micah said, “I’ve learned about the different ways to grow a small business… I want to figure out the full potential of what we’ve built at our brewery because we’re about a year or two away from maximizing our existing space. It’s incredible to be able to discuss my business with professors. It’s opened up a whole new world of possibilities.”
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