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At A Glance
Gerri C. LeBow Hall
George Spencer already had a successful career as an on-air reporter and a master’s degree from Columbia when he began the Drexel LeBow part-time MBA program.
H. Adam Holt took his company, Asset Map, from a startup to a $3 million company.
Ravi Shankar arrived in America from India with a mechanical engineering degree, $20 in his pocket and a question: how do financial markets work?
As chief medical offer of the nation’s largest pediatric rehabilitation system, the Drexel LeBow MBA helped Haines drive innovation and speak the language of business in hospital leadership.
As a physician scientist, she turned to the Drexel LeBow MBA program to get the business know-how to launch a new venture to bring life-saving products to the market.
Philip Barasa’s pursuit of education, co-op and adventure has led him from Kenya to the United States and Australia.
Anna Petrone credits Drexel Co-op with providing her the experience necessary to land a position in the Federal Reserve’s two-year research assistant program.
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