by By Michael Aiyetan, MBA ’16 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow
A conversation about green bonds underscored the need for
defining and setting general standards for the green bond market.
by Sheffin Joseph, MRP ‘15
Stepping out of my comfort zone and immersing myself in a
different field of study.
by Alexa Ing Stern, MBA '17
The Sustainable Global Enterprise
(SGE) club does a whirlwind tour of iconic "sustainability" companies
in the Northeast during winter break.
by Thomas Bishop, MBA ’16 and Environmental Finance & Impact Investing Fellow
The Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) Immersion and
its career trek to Washington, DC were instrumental in making a career transition
to social impact and finance and landing an internship with Calvert.
by Becky Gitonga, MPS '15
Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion was deeply relevant and a remarkable highlight
of my graduate year.
by Brian Liberatore, MBA ‘16
SGE Club members visited Bellwether Cidery in Trumansburg
in October to talk with the producers, enjoy a fall day, and sample the product.
by Erin Popelka, MBA ‘16
Enterprise club members were treated to the hospitality that glamorous camping
has to offer.
by Claudio V. C. Macedo, MBA ‘16
Have you ever had the feeling that you are studying
something that you will never need to use? After working for seven years in real
estate in Brazil and transitioning to a summer internship in the petrochemical
industry in Houston, I realized the importance of all types of learning.
by Mei Poon, MBA ‘16 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow Candidate
Mei Poon shares her experience working at a startup within a
by Ace Stryker, MBA ‘16
Applying in-class MBA frameworks to ambiguous business
situations which result in meaningful recommendations can be much like drawing
by Schuyler Woods, MBA ‘16
An investor by
training, Schuyler Woods steps outside of her comfort zone and into a general
manager role at MetLife.
by Alexandra H. Jostrom, MBA ‘16
Developing investor engagement in the global sustainable seafood industry.
by Jeremy Kuhre, MBA ‘16
Kuhre, MBA ’16 uses his newly acquired MBA skills to do things that matter,
deliver value, and tackle complex problems.
by Rob Brink, MBA ’16 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow
Rob Brink, MBA '16 talks about walking the career tightrope between knowledge and practice,
passion and process, old business models and innovation, and work-life and
by Rizwan Ahmed Quraishi, MBA’16
Rizwan Quraishi reflects on how Johnson’s MBA has prepared him for his summer internship as he transitions into a new industry.