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We caught up with Colleen to see what’s new in career advancement at WEMBA.
Meet Director of Career Advancement Colleen France
“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
Speaking to new students at Orientation, Ryan Morley, WG’21, focused on the importance of giving back to the community to enhance their experience.
Why this Wharton EMBA Alumnus Advises New Students to See Networking Differently
Steve Truong, WG’21, David Latshaw, WG’21, and Dr. Dan Sciubba, WG’21, teamed up in Wharton’s EMBA program to “fight cancer with finance.”
How Wharton is Helping These Classmates Grow a Healthcare Fintech Business
Dr. I. Pete Hanna, WG’20, came to Wharton to bring more value to medicine by expanding his business knowledge.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program is Helping this Physician Impact Healthcare
“I could have gone to another school to get promoted at my current job, but I came to Wharton to change medicine,” said Dr. Dan Sciubba, WG’21.
Why this Neurosurgeon Came to Wharton’s EMBA Program
Mercedee Renz Hutton, WG21, said the EMBA program gave her the knowledge and confidence needed to drive change. It also gave her the opportunity to interview Sundar Pichai, WG’02, CEO of Google and Alphabet, at graduation.
How Wharton is Adding Value for this ESG Executive
Holly Logue, WG’20, became general counsel at a startup within six months of starting Wharton’s EMBA program.
How an MBA is Helping this Attorney Achieve Her Career Goals
Chris Meyer, WG’19, came to Wharton to learn how to grow and scale his nonprofit organization to transform education in Louisiana.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program is Helping this Alumnus Transform Public Education
“I want students to believe in themselves and know that ethics are more important than any fortune they will ever amass,” said Robert Chalfin, who teaches two entrepreneurship electives in the EMBA program.
What this Faculty Member Wants Students to Get Out of His Entrepreneurship Classes
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