Professor Russo mentioned the common phrase of “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.” What struck me was what he said next, which was something along the lines of: “and the only way you can do that is if you take your shoes off first.”
For me, it took stepping away from Sage Hall to truly appreciate what I have learned there. I spent the summer working in hospital administration at a children’s hospital in Utah and am completing my Park project with a local non-profit.
Jamey Edwards ’96, MBA ’03, co-founder and CEO of Cloudbreak Health, attributes a lot of his success to the work ethic and leadership skills he gained at Johnson.
Americas graduate Diana Bricknell, MBA ’16, is steadfast in her commitment to bringing more women in STEM into the fold and ushering in change that has been long overdue.
In March, incoming candidates for Johnson’s One-Year MBA program had the opportunity to experience Johnson and meet their potential class cohort at the annual Accelerate Johnson (AJ) welcome event.
At the heart of our Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program is a specialized curriculum that helps candidates strengthen their business skills and management capabilities as they relate to the healthcare industry.
There is a lot of work to be done for women in business, but they are shattering that proverbial glass ceiling and continuing to pave the way for future generations.
A popular cliché around Sage Hall during the core classes term is that the onslaught of new classroom content, recruitment activities, and social events is like “drinking from a firehose.”
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we asked our faculty and program directors to share their best advice and words of wisdom for Johnson’s women MBAs.