A select number of GWSB graduates are marching down new management paths. They’re not ignoring the bottom line so much as gazing beyond it. These are alumni who are lending their business savvy to international development.
Ari Isaacman Astles, MBA ’10, has always been interested in ways that business leaders can work to improve society.
In her circle of friends, Jennifer Boulden was always the person you went to for environmental advice.
Every veteran executive has a story like it. A suitcase—containing business attire—lost right before a big conference. A glitch in Internet technology during a make-or-break presentation. An eleventh hour miscommunication that sends an irreplaceable package to Portland, Maine, instead of Portland, Ore.
New students entering the GW School of Business this fall will benefit from significant changes in the curriculum, giving them enhanced expertise, more class choices and substantial career assistance.