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Education
MBA, Marketing Innovation and Technology
Leeds School of Business
University of Colorado at Boulder
May 2000
BA, History
Brown University
May 1992

Summary: Academic excellence coupled with a commitment to extracurricular leadership and continued ongoing leadership in alumni activities.

 

 



 

MBA, Marketing Innovation and Technology
Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder
May 2000


In addition to fulfilling my academic responsibilities, I was elected by my peers to be a member of the Graduate Student Board. As the VP of the Social Committee, I was responsible for creating and promoting engaging extracurricular events that gave classmates an opportunity to interact with one another outside of the academic environment. Football tailgates, holiday parties and weekly happy hours provided a diversion from studies, created stronger relationships among classmates, strengthened the shared sense of experience, and helped maintain the connectedness of recent alumni.

In my second year at Leeds, I became the Captain of the MBA intramural ice hockey team and had responsibilities for recruiting and motivating players as well as coordinating the season schedule.

In March of 2003 I became a member of an informal network of Leeds alumni dedicated to creating social and networking opportunities for MBA graduates. In the absence of an internal alumni relations officer at the University, this group has taken the lead in driving programs to keep alumni connected.


BA, History
Brown University
May 1992

I was a member of the Brown University Cycling Team in '90, '91 and '92, and served as the Captain of that squad in 1991 and 1992. Responsibilities included recruiting racers as well as sponsors, developing the season schedule, and coordinating the logistics of transportation and lodging throughout the New England racing circuit.

I held a part-time job as a research assistant at Brown's Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research throughout my second, third and fourth years of school. At that time, the Center was performing ground breaking research on the delivery of health care to AIDS patients.

From 1996 to 1998 I served as the Young Alumni Chairperson of the Rocky Mountain Brown Club alumni association where I was responsible for planning, organizing and promoting alumni events and activities of particular interest to recent graduates. Additionally, I built the group's first email database that allowed it to leverage Internet technology for aiding communication among local alumni.

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