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Students share their perspectives on what it’s like to be Hispanic in The Wharton MBA Program for Executives.
Four Hispanic Student Perspectives At Wharton: The Journey To An MBA
“We need to use analytics to help people understand why diversity, inclusion, and belonging is important but there are practical systemic realities that inhibit it, and why we need to re-code the system with first principles and new frameworks to make a difference!” said Shujaat Ahmad, WG’17.
How this Alumnus is Merging People Analytics with Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
“This level of education changes the way you think about the world. It doesn’t just have career implications, it has life implications,” said Cory Halbardier, WG’19.
Why this Sales and Operations Executive Says Wharton’s MBA for Executives Program is Worth It
Jerad King, WG’19, is using his knowledge, network, and broader perspective to help grow his family’s car business, make better investments, and advocate for his industry.
How Wharton Is Impacting This Automotive Industry Executive’s Career
Jess Loeb, WG’20, came to Wharton’s EMBA program to learn about organizational change and gain perspective outside of her industry. “I want to grow my company’s mentorship program for women and also do more to encourage and support women in the interactive technology industry,” she said.
How This Software Engineer Is Taking Her Advocacy Work for Women to the Next Level
It’s great to make connections on both coasts because the dynamics are a bit different. There are more people working for technology companies on the West Coast, and I’m meeting a lot of people in financial services and private equity on the East Coast. – Jing Zhang, WG’20
Wharton EMBA Students Share How They Benefit from a Bicoastal Program
Mark Spector, WG’15, uses knowledge and tools from Wharton to negotiate real estate deals and lead development projects for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program Impacted this Graduate’s Career at the Intersection of Real Estate and Government
Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane talks about how Global Business Week is built and what it means for Wharton MBA Program for Executives students.
Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane on the Importance of Global Business Week
When San Francisco student Chad Liu helped welcome the East Coast EMBA class to the West Coast campus for Marketing Week, he strengthened his connections to the second network of classmates he interacts with as part of Wharton’s bicoastal program.
How This Student is Using Wharton’s Bicoastal EMBA Program to Expand His Network
How Shujaat Ahmad, WG’17, made a radical pivot from strategy consulting to his passion for people analytics through Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives.
4 Academic and Coaching Resources this EMBA Alum Used to Land a People Analytics Job at LinkedIn
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