YOU ARE INVITED!
The Value of My MBA: Alumni Speak Out
Thursday, February 20, 2014
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
University of Washington Bothell - Room UW2-005
What’s the value of an MBA? More than you think!
Join us for a dynamic conversation with UW Bothell MBA alumni who will share how their MBA degrees contributed to career and personal growth. Learn how an MBA can help you build the knowledge, skills and confidence to pursue your passions.
Matt Bettilyon, Senior Financial Analyst at Amazon
(Class of 2013)
Shannon Kuyper, Research Program Manager at Intellectual Ventures
(Class of 2008)
Travis Muhlestein, Group Program Manager (Xbox) at Microsoft
(Class of 2013)
Luis Navarro, Director of Social Responsibility at the Port of Seattle
(Class of 2005)
The evening's agenda:
6:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Attendees check in and enjoy a light snack
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Panel discussion moderated by Dr. Surya Pathak, School of Business Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
7:30 - 8:00 p.m. - Q&A
If you are unable to attend and would like to know more, please attend an MBA Information Session or contact Vicki Tolbert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-352-3277.
Directions to UW Bothell and parking instructions
The University of Washington Bothell MBA program is one of two programs in Washington state ranked by Bloomberg-Businessweek.
“I enrolled in the UW Bothell MBA program to assist with a career change. Prior to enrolling, and until recently, I was employed as a Claims Adjuster for Allstate Insurance. Thanks to the education I have received at UW Bothell, and the support from my cohort, I started 2014 with a new career as a Financial Operations Analyst with The Boeing Company. The courses taught at UW Bothell - particularly Finance and Negotiations - will help me succeed in this new role. My new goal is to soak up all the knowledge I can and to climb the ranks to the Executive level.”
Financial Operations Analyst,
The Boeing Company
TMBA Class of 2014
"Collectively, the courses I took at UW Bothell provided me tools with which I was able to recover my company completely from the economic downturn."
Jennifer Olsen, President
MBA Class of 2005