This year-old professional has spent the past five years in ever increasing roles of responsibilty at General Motors in sales and marketing IT. With a computer science degree from Northwestern, she also has felt strongly about promoting the idea of women in tech fields. Her ultimate post-MBA goal: To lead the way for gender parity in industry. With a 3.
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About John A. John A. Byrne is executive editor of BusinessWeek. Previously, Byrne was editor-in-chief of Fast Company. Before that, he worked for BusinessWeek for nearly 18 years, rising to senior writer.
Byrne launched the magazine's ground-breaking rankings of business schools, best and worst corporate boards, and most generous philanthropists.
Byrne has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and an undergrad degree from William Paterson College in New Jersey.
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By the time she applies to business school, this young female professional will have four solid years of working in the global markets section of a prominent Boston bank with experience in making data useful. She has a 3. Her goal: To leverage her data analytics experience and an MBA degree to land a job in marketing at either a consumer packaged goods company or a tech firm. What are her chances?
After going to community college, this Asian-American professional landed at a University of California campus and went on to work in the insurance industry. For the past year and one half, this year-old has been working in wealth management for Guardian Life where he is on a task force exploring the impact on the insurance industry of autonomous vehicles. With a GMAT and a 3. Once a professional cellist, he landed a job in the mail room of a Big Four accounting firm and literally worked his way up into a consulting job for its healthcare practice.