Alexander is a former Navy Officer in the Norwegian Navy. Before he attended the Royal Norwegian Naval Academy Alexander was a Petty Officer working as an instructor at the Basic Training School. More recently he has worked as a Navigation Officer onboard the frigate HNoMS Helge Ingstad home and abroad and he just got his Principal Warfare Officer certification prior to arriving at Johnson.
Therefore, moving to the United States to attend Johnson is a major change in Alexander’s career path. He aims to enter the management consulting industry upon his graduation. Fairly new at Twitter but no stranger to social media, Alexander plans to provide tweets that are serious, informative, funny and not-so-serious. Simply put: an small insight into the life of a Johnson student.
I am originally from Washington state, but came east for college. Since graduating, I've worked as an analyst in retail and media. I'm no stranger to social media; I joined Facebook in 2004 and Twitter in 2008. After graduating from Johnson, I plan on going into consulting. In my spare time, I love to cook, run, play rugby and cheer on my sports teams.
Natalie Wossene is a first-year student at Johnson and Forte Fellow. Prior to business school, Wossene served in Philadelphia with Teach for America as a high school math teacher and joined Project GRAD USA, a college access non-profit, as an Academic Consultant. She has a BA in Political Science from Haverford College and MS. Ed in Urban Education from the University of Pennsylvania.
After graduating from Johnson, Selina returned to Deloitte Consulting in Human Capital, where she now works on projects across multiple industries to address how businesses manage strategic change and adoption.
Selina's business interests lie in the intersection of business, environment, and food, aiming to develop future solutions for consumer behavior and awareness as food becomes an increasingly critical topic in today's landscape. Not surprisingly, she also has a fascination with mobile technology and social media because it is changing the way that consumers and businesses communicate. Through Twitter, she hopes to provide a voice in the life of a Johnson alumnus.