The ExecMBA Podcast

2018-10

Episodes

Thursday Oct 25, 2018

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with David Touve, Senior Director of the i.Lab at UVA. David brings a wealth of experience to his work, and we sat down to talk with him about his background, as well as the wide range of resources available to entrepreneurs at the University of Virginia. One of our favorite interviews, this conversation is an essential listen for anyone interested in entrepreneurship and the executive formats of the Darden MBA.

Wednesday Oct 17, 2018

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Associate Dean for Executive Degree Programs, Jim Detert. We recently announced several innovations to our Executive MBA Program, and we chat with Jim about moving both sections of the Executive MBA Program to Rosslyn, the Explorations in Enterprise Leadership course, the career-related modules that are currently in development, and the impact of these updates for students.

Wednesday Oct 10, 2018

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Camille Smith. Camille is a GEMBA format student in our Class of 2019 as well as co-President of our Black Executive MBA (BEMBA) student organization. We chat with her about how she chose Darden, her experiences as a Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) format student, and what BEMBA has planned for the coming months.

Friday Oct 05, 2018

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we talk with Casey Floyd. Casey is a 2017 GEMBA format graduate, and she is also Director of Employer Engagement and Recruiting at Darden. We recently caught up with her to talk about her decision to pursue a Darden MBA, what she enjoyed our Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) format, and the work she does building relationships with employers on behalf of Darden students. NOTE: During this conversation, Casey references having an MBA prior to matriculating at Darden. Applicants who have an MBA from an AACSB-accredited institution are not eligible to apply to Darden.

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