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MAM Career Paths

Yale SOM alumni are leaders in many industries. They have built careers on their own terms, creating new roles, launching new ventures, and moving between sectors. Learn about the varied careers of a few of Yale SOM's recent MAM graduates among our 6,000 alumni network.

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Sojung Lee ’13

Home Country: South Korea
Global Network School: Fudan University, China
Post-MAM Position: IBM

Sojung Lee was hired by IBM at the end of the MAM program, working in the U.S. for a year before moving to Singapore to continue her work for IBM’s Smarter Workforce as a science consultant. 

Juan Cogorno '13

Home Country: Venezuela
Global Network SchoolINCAE, Costa Rica
Post-MAM Position: Visa

Juan Cogorno leveraged a student consulting project with Visa while at Yale SOM to land a job in Miami with Visa as digital marketing manager for Latin America.

Aditya Sinha '14

Home Country: India
Global Network SchoolIE Business School, Spain
Post-MAM Position: PwC

Aditya Sinha leveraged relationships he developed with executives while at SOM and is now working as a senior associate at PwC in New York. 

Muriel Schwab '15

Home Country: Switzerland
Global Network SchoolINSEAD, France and Singapore
Post-MAM Position: Rabobank

Muriel Schwab worked in commodities trading in Singapore prior to Yale SOM and has accepted a position in New York with Rabobank as Managing Director, Regional Head of Commodity Finance Americas.

Rodolpho Campos '15

Home Country: Brazil
Global Network SchoolFGV-EAESP, Brazil
Post-MAM Position: General Motors

Rodolpho Campos, while working for General Motors, was sponsored by GM to participate in the MAM program. After graduation, he joined GM’s headquarters in Detroit for a year before being sent to China.