All alumni who graduated in years ending in 2 or 7 were invited back for the weekend. Weekend highlights included the Owen Circle dinner honoring the 2017 Owen Distinguished Alumnus on Thursday evening, the alumni cocktail reception at the school Friday evening and class parties at some of Nashville’s top locales on Saturday. Enjoy photos […]
As part of his rotation as a Leader-in-Residence, Mike Dallas (MBA’96), the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, sat down with Dean Eric Johnson for This is Vanderbilt Business. The conversation touched on several relevant areas for MBA candidates, prospective students, and seasoned professionals: On his residency: Through case work and discussion, Dallas […]
The Owen Finance Club hosted a panel with the Vice Chancellor for Investment at Vanderbilt University and the Chief Investment Officer of Tennessee Consolidated Retirement Systems
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Emily Baker Tobin
Managing Director, Epoch Investment Partners (retired)
Manager Offer Management & Delivery Strategy, American Airlines
Snyder began his career after college in the airline business in Dallas. He
went back to Dallas after earning his Vanderbilt MBA, this time with a
different airline and a whole different feeling. It felt like he wasn’t just
shaping his career, he says, but also the future of a great company.