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Milana Hiebert ’21

Yale SOM’s curriculum embodies the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society. The focus is on both the professional and on the personal, and this is really evident in the

Jenn Burka ’21

During my time working in the food sector, I kept coming up against the large macro-level problems facing our food systems, and I began to think a lot about the supply chain. It was clear that a...

Ana Victoria Gil ’21

As an MBA student with a background in cognitive science, I wanted to explore the intersection between business and human behavior. But I was unsure how to bridge the gap between these two fields,...

Meshach Cleary ’22

I’ve spent most of my career in the industrial manufacturing sector. I’ve developed expertise in manufacturing and supply chain, but the Executive MBA program is giving me the opportunity to...

Brandon Galang ’21

I came to Yale SOM to gain a broader perspective on how business is run, beyond the operational logistics and technology systems departments that I’ve been part of. My goal is to one day develop...

Loc Bao ’21

In the military, you learn people skills and you really learn how to be a leader. The military makes a special impact, but it’s just one piece of the puzzle. There’s a lot that the public...

Song Kim ’20

I worked in the social justice space before coming to SOM, representing marginalized immigrant communities. At a certain point, I realized that working within law and policy was just not enough. I...

Nitya Kanuri ’20

I’ve spent my career working to understand how the puzzle pieces can fit together to achieve improved public mental health outcomes. We need researchers passionate about the hunt for truth;...

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