Learning to Appreciate the Commonalities As Well As the Differences
Alejandro Prada , MBA '18
As the business world is growing more global, recognizing cultural differences and values is an ever-important skill.
Developing a Global Mindset as a Requirement to Work Effectively
Mikael Baker, MBA '12
Working in international markets means seeking opportunities outside of familiar markets, and that requires engaging with people from different regions and cultures. For Mikael Baker, senior information and communications technology (ICT) advisor at the U.S.
Alumna Confronts Economic Disparity
Margo Thomas, MS ’90
After a career spanning more than two decades leading development initiatives, Margo Thomas, MS ’90, has only one goal on her mind – conquering economic gender disparity around the world.
Looking Back With Gratitude–And No Regrets
A sense of vibrancy led by the “energetic Dean Rudy Lamone” and a core of high-quality faculty inspired Michael O. Ball to join the University of Maryland’s College of Business and Management faculty in 1978.
Nelson Writes His Next Chapter
Scott Nelson, MBA ’98
During a 22-year journalism career, Scott Nelson, MBA ’98, was able to help document some of this century’s most important stories. But in recent years, Nelson has focused on another major story—his own.
Meet the Dean
Prabhudev Konana Is Leading with Purpose
Maryland Smith Alum: Prescribing Positivity in Healthcare
Wendy Sanhai, MBA ’09
Wendy Sanhai, MBA ’09, has dedicated her entire 25+ year professional career to science, global health and public health, keeping the needs of patients as her true north star.
Growing through Open-Mindedness
Working for a global company requires growth and an openness to learn. For Rachel Yamrus, vice president at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
How I Got Here: Blueprint for Making a Difference
For Chris Grant, ’13, revitalizing Baltimore isn’t just a career, it’s a calling.
A Passion for Finance Turned into a Mission
Michael Faulkender’s career in finance has been a pursuit of answers to age-old questions: Why are economic decisions made the way they are and how we can make them better?