Investing for good
Mubadala Ventures investor Alaa Halawa focuses on early-growth, deep-tech life science companies that are disrupting traditional industries.
A disposition for diplomacy
Over the course of her career in the U.S. Foreign Service, Virginia Bennett, MBA ’89, held overseas posts in Manila, Bogotá, Tokyo, and Athens.
A Hotelier’s Perspective: The Little Things Matter
Lani Shufelt, MBA ’12, owner and COO of The Chanler at Cliff Walk, says travelers are looking for unique experiences rather than cookie-cutter accommodations.
Take it from a VP: Learning never ends
Earning an MBA marks the beginning, not the end, of a business education, says Tom Strobel ’96, MBA ’05, vice president of finance at Ecolab.
Switching it up
Bob Harayda, MBA ’85, CFO of Marina Bay Sands: Making the move from Texas’ ExxonMobil to Singapore’s iconic landmark
An urban farmer aims to address food insecurity
Harlan Blynn, MBA ’10, suspended his management consulting practice to launch a new startup — an urban farm in Denver.
Setting the Standard in Animal Welfare
Janet Helms ’88, MBA ’07
Finding Common Ground in Public Service
Scott Cameron, MBA ’79, is drawing on four decades of experience in public and private natural resource, energy, and environment management to implement an ambitious change agenda at the U.S. Department of the Interior.