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Associate Vice President of Growth Strategy, Premise Health
During the fall of 2017, Mamie took not one but two steps forward in her career: she changed jobs and started Vanderbilt’s Executive MBA program. In fact, when her current employer, Premise Health, began recruiting her, Mamie was only two weeks away from starting her EMBA. “My boss thinks education is essential,” she says, “and the company’s openness to my EMBA was definitely a reason I went with them.”
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Principal, Crenshaw & Associates Consulting Group
Reggie Crenshaw chose the Global Immersion Track for several reasons. First, he believed that a deeper understanding of international business would help him better serve the clients of his consulting practice. Second, he reasoned it would be easier on his wife and family (he had a two-year-old boy at home) for him to be gone four times for a long week than for him to commute from Memphis to Nashville every other weekend.
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Brian T. McCann
David K. Wilson Associate Professor of Management
winner of multiple teaching awards at Owen, Brian McCann is an authority in the
field of strategic management.
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Vanderbilt’s Executive MBA program includes leadership and professional development that prepare you not only to manage but also to lead.
By the numbers
The number of Vanderbilt Business community members (alumni, coaches and friends) who will be personal, and personable, parts of your experience during the program and after graduation.
We break down the different admissions processes for MBA and Executive MBA programs and explain why acceptance rates don’t tell the whole story