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Last Updated Mar 3, 2022 by

Real Humans of BCG: Steve Neumann, Georgetown McDonough MBA’ 2019, Project Leader

Boston Consulting Group (BCG)—one of the Big Three of the top consulting firms known as MBB—has offices in 50 countries, and therefore no shortage of opportunities to pursue a diverse and lively profession. In this Real Humans – Alumni, we meet Steve Neumann, Georgetown McDonough MBA ’19, who talks about... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 1, 2022 by

Real Humans of Google: Malvi Hemani, Kellogg MBA/MS ’21, Google Product Manager

In Real Humans – Alumni, recent MBA graduates discuss how business school prepared them for the next phase of their careers. In this edition, Malvi Hemani, Northwestern Kellogg MBA ’21, talks about landing the role of Google Product Manager at Google. Google was created in 1998 in Menlo Park, California, and... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 24, 2022 by

Real Humans of Amazon: Stéphane Vukovic, HBS ’21, Country Lead at Amazon Prime Video

In Real Humans – Alumni, we meet recent MBA graduates to discuss how b-school prepared them for the next phase of their careers. In this edition, Stéphane Vukovic, HBS MBA ’21, talks about landing a Country Lead position at Amazon Prime Video. Read on for how Harvard Business School prepared... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 22, 2022 by

Real Humans of Bain: Brian Khorshad, Chicago Booth ’20, Consultant

We are excited to kick off the next round of Real Humans – Alumni, in which we hear from recent MBA graduates about how b-school prepared them for the next phase of their careers. Brian Khorshad joined Bain & Co. after graduating from Chicago Booth in 2020. Bain was founded... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 22, 2021 by

Real Humans of General Mills: Steve Cheng, Cornell Johnson ‘18, Associate Brand Manager

For many MBA students, participating in an internship can be an eye-opening experience that can help pinpoint likes and dislikes, develop professional aptitude, increase marketability, and more. Beyond internships, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University takes this one step further with its unique immersion program... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 16, 2021 by

Real Humans of Nike: Katie Ross, Kellogg ‘20, Corporate Strategy Manager

Nike is the world’s largest supplier and manufacturer of athletic shoes, apparel and other sports equipment. This American multinational company, headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, is driven by its vision statement to “bring inspiration to every athlete in the world and to make sport a daily habit.” For Katie Ross, an... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 15, 2021 by

Real Humans of Mondelēz International: Maria Pia Iriarte, MIT Sloan ’18, Sr. Manager Commercial Finance, Alternative Channels

Maria Pia Iriarte, MIT Sloan MBA ‘18, is passionate about two things: global experiences and food sustainability, making global snacking giant Mondelēz International the ideal company for her. Mondelēz (formerly Kraft), which puts sustainable ingredients at the forefront of its mission, is one of the world’s largest snacks companies. With... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 9, 2021 by

Real Humans of AmBev: Marcelo Goncalez, Cornell ‘18, Plant General Manager

Brazilian brewing company, AmBev, currently operates in 14 countries in the Americas and is the largest company of Brazil by market capitalization and the third largest in the Southern hemisphere. With notable products including beers such as Bogotá Beer Company, Brahma, Bohemia, Skol and Stella Artois, it is also the... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 8, 2021 by

Real Humans of Novartis: Chris Fan, NYU Stern ‘20, Finance Development Program (FDP) Associate

Based in the heart of bustling New York City, NYU offers students an invigorating atmosphere to learn and grow — and its business school, the Stern School of Business, is no exception. Unlike many other universities where students are confined to a particular campus, at NYU, students can call Manhattan,... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 2, 2021 by

Real Humans of 3M: Bridget Nyland, Harvard ‘19, Strategist

As a trained chemical engineer, Bridget Nyland always had a passion for science — and changing the world with it. Following a rotational program at a Fortune 500 chemical company, which transitioned into a technical sales position with customers in the biopharma, refining, and chemical industries, Bridget Nyland realized she... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 1, 2021 by

Real Humans of Merck: Drew Soloski, Wharton ’16, Project Manager, Global Project and Alliance Management – Oncology & Vaccines (Late Stage)

The Wharton MBA encourages students to develop an international mindset. From required global-focused core classes, international dual-degree programs, and global consulting opportunities, Wharton’s MBA students gain global perspectives. That’s what attracted Drew Soloski, Wharton MBA ‘16, to Wharton, where he pursued a joint degree program with the Lauder Institute that... Read more »

Last Updated May 26, 2021 by

Real Humans of PepsiCo: Tiffaine Stephens, NYU Stern ‘20, Associate Marketing Manager

NYU Stern calls their curriculum “customizable to the core.” Students can choose from over 200 electives taught by top researchers and industry leaders and also have the option to select up to three specializations from more than 20 options. Many students choose to pursue their MBA at the Stern School... Read more »

Last Updated May 25, 2021 by

Real Humans of Amgen: Katherine Shen, Harvard ‘20, Sr. Oncology Specialist

There is a deep interest in the healthcare sector at Harvard Business School, and the program offers many resources to support this critical field. Most notably, the Healthcare Initiative at HBS creates an interconnected health care community at the school by promoting faculty research, supporting the development high-impact educational programs,... Read more »

Last Updated May 19, 2021 by

Real Humans of Nike North America: Cheryl Davenport, Stanford GSB ‘15, Head of Strategy

The MBA program at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford GSB, places a clear focus on fostering positive change, as evidenced by its motto: “Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world.” One MBA graduate, Cheryl Davenport, has lived by this motto. Wanting to work for a larger scale organization that... Read more »

Last Updated May 18, 2021 by

Real Humans of Novartis: Fernanda Carranza, Cornell Johnson ‘19, Finance Development Program Associate

Novartis, a global healthcare company that provides solutions to address the evolving needs of patients worldwide, has increasingly been in the spotlight as healthcare companies come together to combat Covid-19. As the company collaborates with key players involved in vaccine production — including Pfizer — Finance Development Program Associate Fernanda... Read more »

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