Following the completion of my One-Year MBA, I had the incredible opportunity to reflect the innovation and operational strategy learnings as well social impact business model development skills that I learned while in school into the next generation of my nonprofit organization Wish for WASH Thinks
As I talked to the 24EMBA’s moments before their first Strategic Management class with Professor Rob Kazanjian, during our group lunch in August, I was excited for them and contemplative of my own formative experience last fall. We, the 23EMBA’s, analyzed a case based on a real, mid-20th century product...
For the first time since 2019, Goizueta Business School’s annual MBA diversity conference, Inside Goizueta, is back in person! Voice of Goizueta sits down with Inside Goizueta Co-Chair Charis Brooks 23MBA to learn about this year’s event and what participants can expect from Inside Goizueta.
An important factor in the decision-making process for MBA programs was the diversity of the environment. Throughout my research, I looked for information from different schools about diversity initiatives and commitments, and eventually heard about Inside Goizueta, Emory University Goizueta Business School’s diversity conference for the MBA program.
Goizueta Business School was the perfect fit for both myself and my family. At Goizueta, the Full-Time MBA program boasts premier instruction through its rigorous core curriculum, prepares MBA candidates for placement in top consulting firms, and overwhelmingly supports its military veterans.
The brash will answer the question “why” with “why not.” I morphed into one of them over time as I became more convinced that my decision to attend Goizueta was indeed the appropriate choice for me. I recall being asked the question of why I selected Emory’s Goizueta Business School just after I received notice that I had been accepted.
The National Black MBA Conference fulfilled on its promise of job creation and advancement, relevant programming, and resources, and engage with NBMBAA members and Corporate Partners. It also allowed me to continue my trajectory to lift as I climb.
A one-year sprint. A new degree. Emerging from quarantine. Death — life and everything in between.