During the 2022-2023 admissions season, several MBA admissions representatives left their posts–Kristen Moss, the Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions & Financial Aid at Stanford GSB, was one of them. After five years in the role, Moss announced her departure between Round 1 & Round 2 last year. She stayed with the program through 2022, and the leading business school is still searching for a permanent replacement.
As Stanford GSB continues to search for a new admissions lead, the school shared that Jamie Schein, MBA ‘91, Assistant Dean & Director of the Career Management Center, is taking on the role of interim Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions and Financial Aid. Gina Jorasch, MBA ‘89, Director of Career Advising, will serve as interim Assistant Dean & Director of the Career Management Center.
What can MBA applicants expect going into the new admissions season? According to Clear Admit Co-Founder, Graham Richmond, “I expect things to be very much business as usual at Stanford GSB, especially in light of Jamie Schein’s being an internal interim appointee and a graduate of Stanford’s MBA program. In fact, I’d argue that the school is really fortunate to be able to bring her into the role. In short, I don’t expect the admissions team to miss a beat, nor do I foresee any dramatic changes to the MBA application process at Stanford GSB.”
Stanford GSB has already announced their deadlines for the upcoming season. Stay tuned for insights from Schein when we return to our Admissions Director Q&A series.