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McDonough School of Business Student Government Association is proud to present the university’s first MBA podcast. We will share the goings-on at Georgetown and build community through storytelling. Students will learn more about their colleague’s backgrounds to facilitate deeper connections, alumni will provide insights into how they leveraged their MBA from McDonough, faculty members will share findings from their latest research, and prospective students can get a sense of what it means ...
 
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Rohan Shamapant, a second-year student and almost MBA graduate, joins the podcast to reflect on his time at the McDonough School of Business. During business school, Rohan was an integral part of the McDonough community. Please tune in to this episode to hear our fascinating conversation about service leadership, empathy, selfishness, role modeling…
 
In Season 1, Episode 4, Mike Silverman chats with fellow study group teammate Sebastien Delatour (FT '22). Sebastien has spent the first year of the MBA program working remotely in Haiti while serving as the Vice President for his family's company, Commercial Services Inc. Still, he plans to move back to DC in the late summer as we transition back …
 
In Season 1, Episode 3, we continue the Roundtable series. Each Roundtable features host Mike Silverman and co-host Sam Speed, and today, they chat with two FT '22 students, Christine Kim and Andrew Mulia. Christine's focus is on strategy and issues pertaining to CSR. Before business school, Christine was an international correspondent for Reuters …
 
In Season 1, Episode 2, we continue our Women's Month celebration by introducing you to our Roundtable. Each Roundtable features host Mike Silverman and his co-host Sam Speed, and today, they chat with two FT '21 students, Eli Batina and Lianne Pinto. Eli served as a co-president of the Graduate Women in Business (GWIB) club, and Lianne was Mike's …
 
Please enjoy our first ever episode as we celebrate Women's Month by chatting with Marcela Colmenares (FT '22). Marcela comes from Venezuela and has had such unique life experiences! From leaving her family and her home at age 16 to attending undergrad at Kenyon College and working for the Venezuela opposition party in DC, time after time, Marcela …
 
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