Days two and three of the 2014 Chapel Hill immersion covered everything from avoiding leadership derailment to how to build dynamic, emotionally intelligent teams.
Day one of the 2014 Chapel Hill immersion covered everything from identifying and practicing ethical behavior to maximizing your skill set and performing well under pressure.
MBA@UNC student Adam Brown is the regional medical director with EmCare's North Division, covering the D.C. and northern Virginia area. He is also a medical director at United Medical Center, and system chief of emergency medicine at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center, working as an emergency medicine attending physician at both. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine at George Washington University and senior scholar at the Office of Clinical Practice Improvement at GW. In this interview, Adam Brown speaks about the benefits he has reaped at MBA@UNC.
With a background in Accounting, Mike Szalkowski addresses why he chose to pursue an MBA, and how MBA@UNC has contributed to his success investing assets for S Partners, LP.
Vanessa Olbrecht, a pediatric anesthesiologist and pain physician at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, continued her education with MBA@UNC, an experience that she says has given her a “new perspective on medicine.
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.