From the moment you walk through the door, you’ll notice something very different about our school.
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The current number of Vanderbilt Business alumni. It's a small-but-mighty network of individuals who are always eager to help those who are following in their footsteps.
For 13 years, Dr. Vernat Exil worked as a pediatric cardiologist at Vanderbilt’s Monroe Carrell Children’s Hospital and taught aspiring physicians at the School of Medicine. Important as that niche remains, he decided he wanted to broaden his world. “Before joining the program,” Vernat says, “it was hard for me to see new possibilities or other potential uses of my medical skills. Now, I have developed new interests in medical innovation and consulting and I have new options.”
A prolific researcher with a focus on consumer behavior, Kelly Haws' work on food decision-making has garnered significant attention from marketers and consumers alike.
Mabel left a public sector career in her native Brazil hoping an
MBA would catapult her into a new career in the U.S. private sector. Almost
immediately after she updated her LinkedIn profile to include Vanderbilt, she
says, “amazing companies reached out to me. Once I put the Owen brand in my
resumé, many doors opened.”
You’ll find that our curriculum, team-based coursework and extracurricular opportunities are reinforced by an acclaimed Leadership Development Program—all of which work together to establish a concrete foundation for a lifetime of career growth.
Cindy Kent (MBA’99) is a healthcare executive, corporate director, and philanthropist widely recognized for her transformational leadership. She is known as a visionary who serves as a role model across industries and among many communities. Kent has held leadership roles with 3M, Eli Lilly, and Medtronic and most recently served as President and General Manager […]