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Meet the Vanderbilt Executive MBA Class of 2024

Sep 26, 2022
Get to know the students who make up the newest Executive MBA class

By Rachael Perrotta

The Executive MBA Class of 2024 began their 2-year journey together last month. The class hails from across the country—ranging from the Southeast to the Southwest and the Mid-Atlantic. These business professionals have already kickstarted their careers, holding positions at various companies across diverse industries, including healthcare, entertainment, technology, engineering, and government. Over the next 2 years, they will learn how to improve and maximize their current efficiency and production in the business world, opening them up to higher executive positions in their respective industries.

Continue reading to learn more about the Executive MBA Class of 2024!

Class Size: 40

Average Age: 36

Female (% of class): 30%

Married or Domestic Partner (% of class): 68%

U.S. Citizens and Minorities (% of class): 16%

Average GMAT Score: 658 

Average Executive Assessment Score: 152

Prior Graduate Degrees (% of class): 32%

Average Years of Work Experience: 13.1

Military Service (% of class): 22%


10% of class submitted GMAT scores

80% of class submitted EA scores


Companies represented:

  1. AllianceBernstein
  2. Amazon
  3. Asurion
  4. Boeing
  5. Bridgestone Americas
  6. CGI Technologies
  7. FedEx
  8. Fifth Third Securities
  9. Hanes Geo Components
  10. Keurig Dr. Pepper
  11. Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
  12. NBCUniversal
  13. PeopleTec
  14. Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
  15. Tennessee Valley Authority
  16. Tractor Supply Co.
  17. Trane
  18. Tribute Technology
  19. U.S. Department of Agriculture
  20. Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Cities Represented:

  1. Nashville
  2. Birmingham
  3. Chattanooga
  4. Memphis
  5. Louisville
  6. Phoenix
  7. Huntsville
  8. Knoxville
  9. Dallas
  10. Philadelphia

To learn more about the Executive MBA program, click here.

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