Owen is a unique community, place and experience at Vanderbilt University. We are thankful to the alumni, corporations and friends that invest and collaborate with us to build a leading business school. Your gifts and talents help transform careers, the marketplace, lives and the world. We are committed to continuing to partner with you to provide world-class business education on a personal scale. Read more about our mission here.

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Your Alumni Board is a key partner to the school, helping to create, shape and meet the school’s imperative strategic and tangible needs. Through specific roles and responsibilities, the Board actively promotes connection within the alumni community and is committed to the school’s long-term success through direct support of its key priorities and initiatives.


Julie Stadler

CEO, Dance Networks & Skyway Studios

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Derek Young

President Japan and Member of the Global Operating Committee, Fidelity International; Board Chair, Asia Alumni Board

Learn more about the Asia Alumni Board

Kimberly Barboza

Managing Consultant, Bedroc IT Strategy and Services Firm,VU Oak Leaf Society Member, Served as Lieutenant Commander for the United States Navy

"Vanderbilt has been life-changing for me. I give back, so I can positively change the lives of future generations."

Learn more about the Owen Volunteer Community


Where Is the MSF Class of 2020 Working?

Explore the companies where the Vanderbilt Master of Finance class of 2020 graduates are working in this interactive map

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Owen Forward Highlights Alumni Business Leaders

The Vanderbilt community was invited to hear unique insights and discussions with business leaders and innovators at Owen Forward, a weeklong virtual celebration of Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management

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Bob Rolfe, EMBA’88, Community Investor

Former Gov. Bill Haslam asked Rolfe to take on the commissioner role at the TN Department of Economic and Community Development, and Rolfe stayed on at current Gov. Bill Lee’s request

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