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J. Shakir Ramsey
fellow class of 2012 member
Shakir and I worked together on the Johnson Board Fellowship program. Shakir is my go-to person for marketing or branding challenges, and we work really well together. I know he'll be the first person I call to when I'm working on branding issues in my career.
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Jim's class really pushed me to reflect on leadership and the kind of leader I want to be. He also introduced me to Jerry Rizzo, Johnson's new Director of Leadership Programs, and now I'm working with Jerry on leadership programming at the school. It's an incredible opportunity.
Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic
Adviser to the Johnson Board Fellowship. Risa was a fantastic faculty adviser and personal mentor. With her guidance, my fellow officers and I were able to really build the program. We were even covered this year in US News and World Report.
Associate Dean for Finance, Administration, and Corporate Relations at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations and Instructor for ILR's graduate course in Nonprofit Finance and Management. I come from a nonprofit management background, so I loved taking Joe's Nonprofit Finance class. Through Joe I also got interested in the ILR school and now I'm doing a fully-funded Master's degree there and will finish in a year.
fellow student and member of the class of 2012
Natalie and I were in two study groups this year—one for Financial Markets and Institutions and another for Macroeconomics. (Landy Estrada-Reyes was in both groups, too, and the spring 2012 photo is of the three of us.) Finding the right study partners can be really rewarding. We pushed each other in a really positive way, and have a lot of fun memories from our study sessions as well. We love to joke that we'll be crank calling each other at work one day with pop questions about the Fed.
AMBA Class of 2012
One of the greatest assets with which I leave Johnson is my relationship with the entire class. The AMBA class is comprised of exceptionally intelligent individuals who had already accomplished much before coming to Johnson. The memories and relationships we forged will last a lifetime.
The entire CMC office is fantastic, but in particular, Steve provided invaluable insights and advice when it comes to career preparations and networking. I will utilize these pearls of wisdom for years to come.
Professor Risa Mish
Professor Mish has an infectious enthusiasm that enhanced our experience here at Johnson. She taught us to think critically, function better as a team, and become more cognizant of our biases when tackling problems. These lessons in teamwork and critical thinking are applicable in all professions ranging from medicine to business.
Dale He, MBA '12
A fellow classmate and good friend, Dale and I worked together throughout the year on multiple projects. In addition to learning a lot from working with him, Dale helped me prepare for interviews and pursue my career goals.
Sloan Program in Health Administration at College of Human Ecology
One of the greatest benefits of Cornell is the opportunity to take classes at the other great colleges on campus. I took a healthcare finance course through the Sloan program, which not only reinforced my finance fundamentals, but also offered a healthcare focus. I was also able to collaborate and network with other students outside of Johnson.
Danny Szpiro and Camilla Morgan
Danny Szpiro and Camilla Morgan were extremely helpful in helping me navigate through the application process and the 18-month program. They are great advisors for anyone considering an executive MBA education.
CQ-EMBA Class of 2009
Thanks to social media, I still keep in touch with many of our classmates. When the earthquake hit Haiti in 2010, Raymond Luk was quick to organize a class fundraising campaign and we all were praying for Anthony Zibara and his family when they decided to stay and help the rescue effort.
Cornell Connections at Microsoft
I stay connected with news on Cornell through a Cornell community at Microsoft. For example, I recently found out a William H. Gates Hall will be built on campus. Hiring managers at Microsoft often reach out to the Cornell MBA community for talents when new jobs become available.
CQ-EMBA Seattle Team
I’m grateful that we had such a big and fun group in Seattle as we went through the program together. Meeting and staying friends with the Seattle team is definitely one of the highlights of the program.
Thanks to our “social organizer” Julie Chase, my best friend in school and also our class president, the Seattle Team still get together often.
The Entire EMBA Class of 2010
It’s very difficult to single out one or several individuals from my class. We all connected with each other. We spent so much time together in class as well as socially. All you needed to do was participate and everyone welcomed you with open arms.
Professor Sanjay Sood
Professor Sood taught marketing in a very modern context. I don’t even think we had a textbook, if we did, he didn’t use it. He assigned pointed readings, but the class focus was on the experience customers have with a product/brand. This new perspective is one that I will never forget.
Professor Beta Mannix
Professor Mannix continually stressed that although you may have success utilizing your default leadership style of, say, democratic leadership, there are situations where another style may be more appropriate such as pacesetting or affiliative.
Global Business Project Group
You truly get to know a group of people when you travel with them. Luckily the global project wasn’t all hard work. We had quite a bit of time to experience Ireland and get to know each other. I truly believe I made friends for life.
Professor James Detert
Professor Detert got into my head, literally. His class had little to do with business and so much more to do with Psychology and Ethics. He regularly took the time to meet with students and discuss the tough questions from his class.