The rise of women’s entrepreneurship is making a significant impact on the U.S. economy across a wide range of industries. There are now more than 9.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States, accounting for more than 30 percent of all enterprises. This list is comprised of 33 female founders with an MBA who have left their innovative mark in a variety of sectors including health, technology, media and e-commerce.
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UNC Kenan-Flagler graduates 60 students from its online MBA program, MBA@UNC, on April 5, 2014.
White House senior advisors invited UNC Kenan-Flagler Dean Doug Shackelford as part of a small group of deans from leading U.S. business schools to discuss best practices for the 21st century workplace.
At the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School, we want to create passionate leaders who can inspire their employees and partner with other ambitious individuals to effect real change in the world of business. Our MBA@UNC program is designed with our unique leadership values in mind to prepare the next generation of leaders for the rigors of working in today’s competitive business environment. Here are a few ways MBA@UNC can help you realize your professional goals.
Some people are big dreamers and risk takers. Full of drive and determination, these innovators are ready to seize new opportunities, start new enterprises and improve existing business models. According to Ted Zoller, who oversees the teaching and outreach programs of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School, these are the business leaders of the future.
Four times a year, MBA@UNC students have a unique opportunity to attend action-packed Global Immersions to get a closer look at how business works around the world. By participating in …
At this year’s Global Immersion in South Africa, a number of experts and thought leaders will convene to provide participants with a multidimensional understanding of current condition in this country. While examining and analyzing the issues and opportunities unique to South Africa, students will be able to enrich their knowledge of business, economics and other subjects. On day two, participants have the opportunity to explore Soweto, stopping at multiple historically and culturally significant sites along the way. Combined, the lectures and the tour give students a more comprehensive understanding of the past, present and future of South Africa.
The Global Immersions are just one component that differentiates MBA@UNC from other top MBA programs. Our trip to Johannesburg, South Africa features a number of guest speakers who will give students a rich understanding of the country’s business landscape and explain how the region’s business environment can be understood in a global context.
George Yanez is from North Carolina and now works as an associate product manager at ReverbNation (a fast-growing tech startup that provides online tools to music industry professionals). Yanez earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech and spent 11 years working as a hardware engineer. He completed the MBA@UNC program in December 2013.