The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 64: An Interview with Jessica Hehman, EMBA Class of 2019

March 20, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Jessica Hehman. Jessica is an EMBA format student in our Class of 2019, and we sat down with her to talk more about how she decided to pursue an MBA, how she balances the time demands of school, work and a busy personal life and how her learning teams have shaped her program experience.

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 63: A Second Conversation with Jonas Porcar-Ferrer and Bhavin Patel, EMBA Class of 2020

March 13, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, we continue our conversation with Jonas Porcar Ferrer and Bhavin Patel, two students in our Class of 2020. Jonas and Bhavin now have a few months under their belts, and we sat down with them to talk more about how their managing the program, and what they enjoyed about their recent global quarter. And be sure to check out Episode 48, our first conversation with Jonas and Bhavin!

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 62: An Interview with Ron Cook, GEMBA Class of 2020

March 6, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Ron Cook, a GEMBA format student in our Class of 2020. We sat down with Ron to talk about his decision to pursue an MBA, what attracted him to our Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) format, and his entrepreneurial venture in Kenya.

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 61: An Interview with Priyanka Rattana, EMBA Class of 2019

February 27, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we talk with Priyanka Rattana, an EMBA format student in our Class of 2019. This conversation touches upon a variety of topics including how Priyanka chose to pursue an MBA, how her Darden experience has complimented our her technical background and how she balances the many demands on her time.

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 60: An Interview with Brian Larsen, GEMBA Class of 2020

February 20, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Brian Larsen, a GEMBA format student in our Class of 2020. Brian founded and currently runs a business, RestoraPet, and we recently sat down to talk more about his decision to pursue an MBA, his experience on the recent Brazil global residency and his advice for prospective students.

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 59: An Interview with Terrell Fuller, EMBA Class of 2019

February 13, 2019

In the episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we continue our exploration of entrepreneurship and the executive formats with a conversation with Terrell Fuller. Terrell is an EMBA format student in our Class of 2019, and we recently caught up with her about how she decided to pursue an MBA and her experience launching her own business.

 

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 58: An Interview with Melinda Woods, EMBA Class of 2019

February 6, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Melinda Woods, an EMBA format student in our Class of 2019. We sat down with Melinda to talk more about how she decided to pursue an MBA, what led her to Darden, and how she juggles life and the demands of work and school.

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 57: An Interview with Manish Dharia, Director of Product Development, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)

January 30, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we catch up with Manish Dharia of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). Manish is Director of Product Development at GMAC, and we recently sat down to talk more about the Executive Assessment (EA). The EA is 40-question, 90-minute test that requires on average 15 to 20 hours of preparation, and it was designed with executive format applicants and their busy schedules in mind. Check it out!

The ExecMBA Podcast, Episode 56: An Interview with Jason Brewster, Incubator Program Director, i.Lab at UVA

January 23, 2019

In this episode of the ExecMBA Podcast, we continue our exploration of entrepreneurship and the executive formats with a conversation with Jason Brewster, Director of the UVA i.Lab’s summer incubator program. Listen and learn more about Jason’s background, what he enjoys about working with start-ups and how the i.Lab’s effectuation-based approach helps new businesses ask critical questions and quickly assess what their customers actually want.