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“Residencies are busy and the workload can be overwhelming if you don’t prepare – which could, unfortunately, lead to not being able to connect with your classmates. The cohort is full of dynamic and insightful leaders; capitalize on every opportunity to form lasting connections.”
Pilot
U.S. Military

Global Executive MBA

Class of 2019
Industry:
Aviation

Prior Education:

Miami University (OH)
Engineering Management, 2003
Hometown:
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Nationality:
USA

Reflections

The Operations Management class helped me to identify specific ways that my company could improve our production process. With the help of Professor Fernando Bernstein, we were able to locate bottlenecks and underutilized capacity. During my final term, Professor Bernstein even offered to help optimize the process.

Before Fuqua

I am a pilot with the U.S. Military responsible for managing the operations for a group of pilots in addition to my daily flying responsibilities.

After Fuqua

I will finish my career with the U.S. Military and transition to an operations leadership role in a medium-sized, technology-oriented company. This program has helped me understand my strengths and focus my efforts on market segments that best suit my interests and capabilities.

5 Things You Must Do During a Residency

  1. Durham: Go to the organized social events. You can still survive accounting.
  2. China: Be adventurous with your culinary opportunities.
  3. Chile: If you like hiking, there are some amazing pre/post trips to take here.
  4. India: This is likely the only place you’ll ever be able to learn to ‘charm’ a real Cobra. If you’re a risk-taker, this provides a cool story…if you survive.
  5. Berlin: The history in this city is quite unique. Prep before arriving so that you can better appreciate what you have access to.

Global Executive MBA

Top Areas of Career Focus

Financial Services (20%)
Consulting (5%)
Sales/Business Development (5%)
Energy/Chemical/Gas (9%)
Marketing/PR/Advertising (6%)
Consumer Goods (3%)

Typical Class Demographics
Global Executive MBA

Age Range

28-45

Work Experience

5-20 years

Countries Represented

17

Women

35%

Non-US Citizenship

30%
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Class of 2019