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Jessica Feingold Thye ’12

By Rebecca Beyer When Jessica Feingold Thye ’12 graduated from the Yale School of Management, she had two job offers in hand: one to work on energy policy at the Environmental Defense Fund, and...

Jamie Cox ’21

The MBA for Executives exposes you to executive-level business challenges, taught by world-class professors and high-performing executives from a variety of sectors. There’s a great deal of...

Daniel Fernandez Palomares ’20

I’ve lived and worked on three different continents—Europe, Asia, and America. I’ve worked in both the public and private sectors, and I’ve launched three startups. I’ve learned a lot...

Chak Pellakuru ’20

Working in finance at ESPN, I could see the dynamic nature of media and how streaming services and digital products are changing the industry. I wanted to pivot in my career to a more creative,...

Renee Greene ’21

As a trader, it’s my job to assess the market, as well as the macroeconomic environment, and execute trades based on the direction I believe the market is moving. Lately, a number of external...

Camila Rubino ’21

While clinical skills are important in healthcare, in order to be an advocate for change, you need to understand the industry as a whole. The EMBA program gives us an education from the top down...

Nicolas Encina ’10

Encina has spent his career at the intersection of science, technology, and business. He worked on the Human Genome Project, helped launch a series of biotech startups, and created a software as a service (SaaS) company that was one of the first healthcare investment by Google’s venture fund. His current role is chief science and technology officer for Ariadne Labs, a health systems innovation center which is a partnership between Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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