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Class Profile: Class of 2023

The MBA for Executives Class of 2023 boasts an accomplished group of leaders from a variety of industries and sectors within each area of focus. The Class of 2023 includes chief compliance officers, lawyers, physicians, engineers, chief operating officers, and entrepreneurs.

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76 Total Enrollment

Average Years of Work Experience
14
Average Age
37
47% women in EMBA program
50% with an advanced degree in EMBA program
34% born outside the USA in EMBA program
28% U.S. under­­­repre­­s­ented of students of color in EMBA program
* Includes U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American/Islander, or Multiethnic

Area of Focus

EMBA areas of focus: Sustainability 39%, Healthcare 37%, Asset Management 24%

Pre-SOM

Sector

Representative sectors: 72% For-profit, 19% Non-profit, 9% Government

Undergraduate Major

Representative majors: 39% STEM, 31% Humanities & Social Sciences, 17% Business, 13% Economics
Jess Thompson ’21

MBA For Executives
Area of Focus: Asset Management

"The MBA for Executives program is for people who are intellectually curious and ready to take the next step in their personal and professional development. It’s for people who want to both lead and learn and who are passionate about making an impact."

Linda Amah ’21

MBA For Executives
Area of Focus: Healthcare

"It’s often unsettling for a physician to not have answers, such as when faced with a novel medical challenge that we are all still learning about. I relied on tools learned from the Executive Toolkit elective course—the importance of maintaining honesty and transparency while communicating my dedication as a provider."

Carlos Guzman ’21

MBA For Executives
Area of Focus: Asset Management

"I want to be the kind of leader who inspires others to focus on initiatives that do good and that give back to society. I also want to inspire my fellow leaders, in business and in society, to utilize empathy when making decisions that will impact people’s lives."

Geographic Diversity

EMBA class profile regions: Northeast 59%, Southwest 17%, Southeast 11%, Midwest 8%, West 4%, Canada 1%