Park Fellows

Mallory M6x4-1
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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Mallory Martino, MBA ’14

Mallory Martino, MBA ’14, works with business and HR leadership to define and execute people strategies that drive performance.

Sharad Daswani
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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Sharad Daswani MBA ’03

Sharad Daswani, MBA ’03, has primarily worked in structured real estate finance since Johnson and is fascinated by how technology has changed over the years.

Alessandra Zielinski, MBA '11, facilitates a working session during a leadership development workshop.
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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Alessandra Zielinski, MBA ’11

Alessandra Zielinski, MBA ’11, is an executive coach and consultant dedicated to capacity building for mission-driven organizations, focusing on topics such as leadership development, community engagement, strategic planning, operational efficiency, and board governance.

Photo of Hannah Cohn and Hannah Zweifler, Park Leadership Fellows in the Class of 2018
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Park Perspectives: Mastering influence in our summer internships

“Tell me about a time you influenced others.” It’s a classic MBA internship interview question—here’s how we prepared and practiced this summer.

Matt Muskin, Two-Year MBA ’18 with Habitat for Humanity group
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Park Perspectives: Building habits and habitats

Students at Johnson have found endless opportunities to leave our school and the Ithaca community better than when they arrived here.

The Class of 2019 Park Leadership Fellows listen to instructions at the Hoffman Challenge Course.
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Park Perspectives: Buying in to challenge by choice

I will give it to the instructors and my Park family, it felt so good to accomplish something I thought I could never do!

Coaching peers: How to not be an expert
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Park Perspectives: Coaching peers — How to not be an expert

There are moments when the tools that we’re developing as graduate students–leadership of organizations and people–come to the fore and are put to the test.

Female faculty, staff, and students at Johnson gathered for the annual Women’s Welcome Reception in September 2017
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Park Perspectives: Johnson prepares women to “lean in”

Four years ago “Lean In” opened my eyes to the struggles women face in the workplace. Johnson strengthens our personal motivations as women to push further.

Greg Allis, MBA ’18
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Park Perspectives: Second-year goals

“Saying no” is a commonly-referenced difficulty for us Type-A business school students. The solution? Set some goals for your second year.