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Cofounders Lindsay Stewart, WG’14, and Brian McNeill, WG’14, say that classes, classmates, faculty, and the Wharton network created an “incubator” in which they developed their video-platform company.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program Helped These Classmates Launch Stringr
While getting her MBA, Shanel Fields, WG’19, founded MD Ally to ensure critical emergency resources are reserved for patients with true medical emergencies.
This MBA’s Telehealth Startup Saves Lives One Call at a Time
Edgardo Jimenez, WG’20, credits Wharton for helping him land a new role at the cutting-edge of technology. “This EMBA program adds so much value from the brand and curriculum to the network. It’s already paying off immeasurably and I haven’t even graduated yet,” he said.
How Wharton Helped this Mechanical Engineer Transition from Heavy Industry to Technology
Joan Lau, WG’08, wasn’t planning to become an entrepreneur — but the knowledge, network, and confidence she gained from Wharton’s EMBA Program helped her pivot into new ventures.
How Wharton Helped This Alumna Transition from Scientist to CEO
Matthew Caulfield, W’16, GW’20, transferred to Wharton in his sophomore year and stayed to pursue a PhD in Ethics and Legal Studies. His involvement in election tech research has made him a spokesperson at national conferences.
PhD Candidate Matthew Caulfield Became an Election Technology Expert — As an Undergrad
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
During Wharton’s EMBA program, Katherine Tan, WG’19, joined the Gates Foundation where she is achieving her goal of working at the “intersection of social impact and the private sector.”
How Wharton is Helping this Alumna Impact Global Development
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
Amber Mace, WG’20, is using knowledge and tools from Wharton in her role as executive director of the California Council on Science and Technology.
This Student Is Strengthening Science Policy in California Through Wharton’s EMBA Program
Preeti Rathi, WG’14, used the knowledge, tools and network at Wharton to transition from product roles to venture capital.
How This Wharton EMBA Alum Pivoted from Tech to VC
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