The following post is adapted from “The Graduates: Stories From The Class of 2012″ on McCombs Today.
A filmmaker, a Peace Corps alumnus, and a sportswriter. A newlywed in a two-student marriage and a manager promoted to CEO. Below are just a few of the stories from the Texas MBA class of 2012.
Click below to read more about these fascinating, smart, and hard-working students.
Christine Chen is “addicted to filmmaking.” She came to McCombs to learn about entrepreneurship in order to make directing a full-time career. Watch the movie she produced that sums up her MBA experience and includes all 267 of her classmates. Meet Christine.
Why would a sports reporter need an MBA? Alan Trubow felt like the non-business outsider when he enrolled in the Texas Evening MBA program, but realized that his unusual background is part of what sets him apart. And that’s a good thing. Meet Alan.
For better or worse, richer or poorer, when both of us get an MBA at the same time. Newlywed Bailey Donovan Allen shares how she and her husband survived simultaneously attending graduate school and working full-time. Meet Bailey.
Matt Stevens’ interest in business took root in an unlikely place: an Ecuadorian hatmaking cooperative. Now the former Peace Corps worker is headed to Washington, D.C. to work on policy issues, developing entrepreneurial programs on a broad scale. Meet Matt.
Ayse McCracken became CEO of a multibillion dollar hospital system less than a year into her time as a Texas Executive MBA student. Learn how business school prepared the health care veteran to face the challenges of such a tumultuous industry. Meet Ayse.