In this episode of the podcast, we welcome back Director of Student Affairs, Laura Bordoni. We recently caught up with Laura via Zoom to talk about one of the most popular topics for incoming Executive MBA students: time management. During this conversation, Laura shares tips and insights as well as common challenges for students as they seek to balance work, life and school.
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Eric Tyo. Eric is an EMBA format student in our Class of 2020, and we recently connected with him via Zoom to talk about his decision to pursue an MBA, how he managed the competing demands of work, life and school, as well as how he leveraged the program’s resources to facilitate a career transition. This episode is a must-listen for any prospective Executive MBA students who are interested in switching company, function and/or industry.
Can it really be the end? The final installment in our ongoing podcast interview series with Jonas Porcar-Ferrer and Bhavin Patel has arrived. We recently connected with Jonas and Bhavin via Zoom to discuss Quarter 10, Leadership Residency 2, how they’ve have changed and grown over the course of the program, their advice for prospective students and more. Pro Tip: If you’re new to the series, be sure to check out our earlier episodes. We followed Jonas and Bhavin from the start of the program to the end (and hopefully beyond!).
In this episode of The ExecMBA Podcast we catch up with Jaime Falquez. Jaime is a member of our Executive MBA Class of 2018, and we recently connected via Zoom to discuss what he’s been up to since graduation and how his Darden experience helped him grow both his confidence and career.
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up Tiffany Pillifant and Andrew Harris. Tiffany and Andrew are both in our Executive MBA Class of 2020, and they are based in the Charlottesville area. Along with their classmate Taison Bell, Tiffany and Andrew have been working with a group called Masks for Cville that is focused on helping coordinate the Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) manufacturing effort in the area.
In this very special edition of both the Experience Darden podcast and The ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with the Dean of the Darden School of Business, Scott Beardsley. During this wide-ranging conversation, Scott shares insights about his life and background, how his long tenure at McKinsey helps guide his work as Dean, how he and the leadership team at Darden are navigating the coronavirus pandemic, why he’s optimistic about the future and more!
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Hunter Hopcroft. Hunter is an Executive MBA format student in our Class of 2020, and we recently connected via Zoom to talk about his decision to pursue an MBA, what led him to Darden, his experience as an entrepreneur, his passion for agribusiness, the potential for stakeholder theory in our present moment and more. Pro Tips Be sure to also check out Hunter’s 2019 interview for NPR’s Full Disclosure with Roben Farzad.
In this episode of the podcast we welcome back two previous podcast guests, Associate Dean Jim Detert and Director of Student Affairs Laura Bordoni. Jim and Laura are leaders of our Executive MBA Program, and we recently connected with them via Zoom to talk about how the program has responded to the coronavirus pandemic, what the program team is doing to support our Classes of 2020 and 20201, the current plans for our Class of 2022 and more.
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Erin Tollini! Erin is an Executive MBA format student in our Class of 2020, and we recently connected with her to talk about her decision to pursue an MBA, the impact of her Darden experience and her start-up venture, Expand My Tribe. This episode is part of an ongoing podcast series focused on entrepreneurs in our Executive MBA Program.
In this episode of the podcast, we catching up with Sara Conner. Sara is an alumna from our Executive MBA Class of 2018, and she changed jobs during her time in the program. We recently connected to talk with her about her background, her decision to pursue an MBA, what led her to Darden, and how the program helped her grow professionally and advance her career.