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“My first team was comprised of people from diverse backgrounds and industries including a former college football player turned blockchain expert and an entrepreneur of a breakthrough medical device. It was a privilege for me to meet and learn from everyone on my team and in the program.”
Investment Manager
SCB10X

Global Executive MBA

Class of 2020
Industry:
Finance

Prior Education:

Thammasat University
Accounting, 2011
Hometown:
Bangkok, Thailand
Nationality:
Thailand

Reflections

I enjoyed the Shanghai residency. I felt like I had been transported to a different world; it’s such an innovative city. Several of my Chinese classmates shared their knowledge of the city, country, and rich culture with the group. We had the opportunity to visit UISEE, a developer of autonomous driving technology designed to commercialize driverless vehicles, as one of our classmates is an investor in the company. We got to experience riding in an automated car and listened to the CEO share his vision for launching driverless operational fleets at airports.

Before Fuqua

I was a manager in M&A at EY. I led a team of people to provide M&A advisory for clients interested in the investment or divestment of businesses.

After Fuqua

I made a career transition during the program and joined the investment team at SCB10X, a corporate-backed innovation and investment firm.

5 Tips for Working Across Different Countries/Cultures

  1. Agree on a time zone that works for everyone on your team to meet weekly.
  2. Adapt to differences, be flexible, and find common ground when facing issues.
  3. Listen to everyone and give people time to explain; give yourself time to understand before jumping in with a conclusion.
  4. Make small talk before every meeting to learn what your teammates have been up to; it will enhance personal connections.
  5. Do not hesitate to ask for help if there is cultural content that you don’t understand. Vice-versa, offer context if you find a teammate from a different country in a similar situation.

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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