Carly Fiorina: From Student to CEO, Solving Problems
When Carly Fiorina, MBA ’80, looks back over the arc of her career, what stands out for her i
Terp Helps Make Sure Nike’s Sneakers Are All Green
The days of tanned cowhide and canvas as state-of-the-art shoe materials are long past, but are you ready to step into the future of footwear—donning a pair of kicks crafted from Flyleather, perhaps?
Studying for her MBA, Eying a Career in Impact-Driven Consulting
Lee-Ellen Myles believes businesses are ideally positioned to leverage their influence t
After the Marines, Finding a Passion in Marketing
Octavia Davis couldn’t picture herself going to college right after high scho
Leading at Morgan Stanley, Driven To Make an Impact
Etim Edim’s path to becoming CFO of Morgan Stanley's Technology, Operations and Firm Resilience divisions started with a realization – he wanted to make an impact.
Championing Others on the Way to a Successful Career
Terrill L. Drake, EMBA ’12
At Maryland Smith, Terrill L. Drake, EMBA ’12, envisioned the next stages of his career through the pursuit of a more inclusive community. Now, he’s taking the lessons he’s learned to Harvard Business School where he will become its first chief diversity and inclusion officer.
What Teaching Means to Zeinab Karake
Hailing from a lineage of educators, Maryland Smith’s Zeinab Karake always believed she’d find a career in the classroom. To her, teaching isn’t just a profession, it’s a calling.
Climbing the Ladder, Making a Difference Along the Way
Sherika Ekpo, MBA ’09
From the earliest days of her professional life, working as a business analyst for JPMorgan Chase, Sherika Ekpo, MBA ’09, was determined to keep one goal in mind: to ascend in her career, making a difference in every step.
Cracking the Case and Succeeding in Entrepreneurship
Ryan Hogan ’13
Ryan Hogan ’13 loves a good mystery. So much so, in fact, that he has made them a career. But his success is no secret or enigma – it’s a product of years of trial and error.
Finding Smith, And the Plus 1 Program
Gelila Aderaye ’21 always knew graduate school was in her future but didn’t know exact