College Women & Recent Grad Profiles
Discovering Your Calling
Trying to decide if an MBA is right for you? These women discuss
the choices they made and how business knowledge enhanced their academic
background while positioning them for success in a variety of industries.
MBA, Harvard Business School, ‘05
M.S., Industrial Engineering, Stanford University
No Time Like the Present: At 24, Daryl-Lynn Johnson isn’t
old enough to rent a car in all fifty states — but she has already
earned an MBA from Harvard and is an aspiring entrepreneur.
MBA, University of Texas, McCombs School of Business, ‘05
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University
A chemical engineer retools her career and advances with the help of
University of Texas at Austin, Marketing and Plan II
Environmentalism and profits are no longer at odds—Texas student focuses
her passion for the environment on career opportunities in corporate
social responsibility or environmental law.
Georgetown University, BBA ‘04
First job rates high for this finance grad
MD/MBA, Dartmouth Tuck School of Business ‘07
Undergraduate program: Northwestern University
Are you trying to decide between two equally intriguing interests? Joint
degree programs allow you to match up nearly any discipline with an
advance business degree.
University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler School of Business
Business opens doors for this well-rounded student
University of Texas, McCombs School of Business
Goodbye Harbor Bridge; Bonjour Eiffel Tower: This McCombs School of
Business senior is turning recruiters’ heads with her back-to-back
semesters overseas. Having multicultural street smarts is a true résumé