Class Profile: Class of 2018

The MBA for Executives Class of 2018 boasts an impressive array of leaders from a variety of industries and sectors within each area of focus. They include portfolio managers, marketing directors, technology managers, doctors, pharmacy directors, engineers, and U.S. military veterans. One student in the healthcare focus area, a staff member at the nonprofit Partners in Health, helped lead healthcare reform in the Kingdom of Lesotho, a nation with some of the highest HIV rates in the word, conducting research and working with Ministry of Health officials to update national policy. Among the asset management students is a portfolio manager who mentors and plans events for his firm’s innovative corporate work-study program for low-income high school student interns in Washington, D.C. Students in the sustainability focus area include a member of Rémy Cointreau’s Global Innovation Board in Paris, where he has helped develop a five-year strategic innovation plan that includes new brand development and acquisitions.

Class Data

Class Data left

71

Students Enrolled

36

Average Age

12

Average Years of Experience

Class Data right

27%

Women

38%

Born Outside the U.S.

32%

With Advanced Degree

Area of Focus

Asset Management Healthcare Sustainability

Financial Services (Asset Management)

Financial Services (Banking)

Financial Services (Investment Management)

Financial Services (Consulting)

Financial Services (Other)

Technology

Real Estate

Advertising/Marketing

Biotechnology

Consulting

Financial Services (Other)

Healthcare Management

Hospital

Technology

Laboratory

Medical Device

Not-for-profit

Pharmaceuticals

Consulting

Consumer Goods/Retail

Education

Energy

Media / Entertainment

Financial Services (Banking)

Government

Technology

Insurance/Managed Care

Manufacturing

Medical Device

Not-for-profit

Real Estate

Transportation

 

Demographics

Years of Work Experience

Geographic Diversity

Geographic Diversity

Regional Representation

  • CT/NY/NJ 54%
  • MA 18%
  • DC/MD/VA 7%
  • PA 6%
  • TX 5%
  • FL 4%
  • AZ/CA/GA/ME 4%
  • International 4%

 

International Diversity

  • Countries Represented 15
  • Dual Nationality 10%
  • Non-US Citizenship 25%
  • Born Abroad 38%

Professional Background

Undergraduate Majors