Yale School of Management

Class Profile: Class of 2022

The MBA for Executives Class of 2022 boasts an accomplished group of leaders from a variety of industries and sectors within each area of focus. The Class of 2022 includes chief compliance officers, lawyers, physicians, engineers, chief operating officers, and entrepreneurs.

The healthcare focus includes two Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellows, the Chief of Otolaryngology at Yale New Haven Hospital, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC and a Principal Global Innovation Manager at Medtronic. The asset management focus includes vice presidents at HSBC and Bank of America, two Associate Directors at Cambridge Associates, and a Senior Wealth Advisor from Wells Fargo Bank. In the sustainability focus, we’re pleased to welcome a Senior Coffee Merchant, Lead Associates at Booz Allen Hamilton, the Head of Strategy & Operations at Jigsaw (a Google technology incubator) and the Executive Director of the Foundation for Agricultural Integrity.

Get to know the Class of 2022 through the numbers below. Learn more about our community by reading profiles of some of our students and alumni.

Data gathered at fall matriculation.

Class Data

Class Data left

77

Students Enrolled

36

Average Age

13

Average Years of Experience

39%

U.S. Students of Color*

Class Data right

31%

Women

25%

Born Outside the U.S.

40%

With Advanced Degree

25%

U.S. Underrepresented Students of Color**

* Includes U.S. Permanent Residents and Dual Citizens
** Includes U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents who identify as Asian, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American/Islander, or Multiethnic

Area of Focus

Asset Management Healthcare Sustainability

Construction

Financial Services (Asset Management)

Financial Services (Investment Banking)

Financial Services (Investment Management)

Financial Services (Other)

Financial Services (PE/VC)

Insurance

Real Estate

Research

Advertising/Marketing

Biotechnology

Consulting

Financial Services (Investment Banking)

Healthcare Delivery

Healthcare Management

Hospital

Medical Device

Pharmaceuticals

Advertising/Marketing

Consulting

Energy

Engineering

Financial Services (Asset Management)

Financial Services (Other)

Government

Information Technology

Insurance/Managed Care

Manufacturing

Military

Not-for-Profit

Real Estate

Transportation

Utilities

Geographic Diversity

International Diversity
Countries Represented by Citizenship 16
Non-US Citizenship 7%
Born Abroad 25%

Professional Background

Undergraduate Majors