For Wilkins, it was the attentive economics faculty and extensive Drexel network that helped her land a job at the Federal Reserve before completing her degree.
With business experience in China and his native Nigeria, Alexander Opaluwa felt that an MBA from a US school would complete a global triad of knowledge.
With an urge to leave her hometown and the goal of becoming a research pharmacist, Karimah Lynum took calculated chances on the path to become a Drexel dragon.
With a constant thirst for knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit, Michael Cosenza, EMBA ’22, was destined to run a business.
Soheil Kashan came to LeBow to study finance. He later enrolled in the Master's in Business Analytics, completing both degrees in a little over two years.
For Thompson, pursuing his Executive MBA was a necessity to keep his family business going strong as they grow with a new business partner, Patti LaBelle.
KeShaun Hinmon found his position at Google using the power of the LeBow network and the encouraging support system he found through BRIDGE.
Since moving to the United States from India, Shruti Shah has come to feel at home here due to connections she has made in LeBow's MS in Marketing program.
Determination has driven Sarah Lockley, EMBA ’22, a trait learned at an early age from her parents, who are United States Army veterans.
Through the sport management program at Drexel, Elan Vinokurov was able to follow his passion in scouting and give back to his community.
After deciding to change his major from pre-dentistry to finance, Kim transferred to Drexel and completed his co-op at Goldman Sachs.
After being accepted to five MBA programs, Aicha Ly says that it was Drexel’s reputation for interdisciplinary and experiential education that led her here.
Japkeerat Bindra credits his expansive network and working with his dream company to the relationships he built during his time at Drexel.
Steve Washkalavitch, EMBA ’15, enrolled with the goal to help grow the company he worked for and instead gained the confidence to start his own business.
Lee Elias turned his sport business degree into a book that became the groundwork for his time-tested team-building strategies and business endeavors.
Kristopher Cramer used his work ethic, commitment and an MS in Economics from Drexel to take him from the fast food kitchen to a leading analytics firm.
Through the flexibility of the MBA and the intensity of the Lawrie Scholarship program, Chris discovered his passion and built a career and life he loves.
Ali Burt’s path to the MS in Accounting program was unconventional, finding her way to her pursuit of a corner office through her work in the nonprofit sector.
Wanting a local school with an accelerated course of study, Walker Allen enrolled in Drexel LeBow’s 12-month MBA program looking toward a career change.
She credits her LeBow EMBA for helping her identify the delicate balance between analytics and relationship building, strategy and teamwork in her career.
Chris Markowitz has turned his passion and love for sports into a dream position at NESN.
Leonard Hayes III credits the critical thinking skills he gained in Drexel LeBow’s MBA program for empowering him on his steady career to JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Consulting projects, part of the MS in Business Analytics program, gave Eugene exposure to project management and to managing client relationships.
When Aashna Shah first came to Drexel's campus from her hometown in India, she knew she had found a second home.
For Derreck Robinson '93, his three life goals defined his experience as a Drexel LeBow student and continue to guide his dedication to current LeBow students.
Ravi Shankar arrived in America from India with a mechanical engineering degree, $20 in his pocket and a question: how do financial markets work?
After a short detour while exploring Drexel University’s campus, Cayla-Simone Riggs knew she had found her new home.
From international consulting to academic trips, Roger Kfoury got the most out of his time at Drexel.
Joe's experience as a Lawrie Advanced Global Leadership Fellow was the highlight of his MBA studies and set him on the path to a career in private equity.
Arjun came away from his MS in Business Analytics studies with a deep understanding of how to apply machine-learning models and other analytics solutions.
For Priyal Desai, coming to Drexel meant taking a big leap in both her career aspirations and geographical location. She found her perfect fit at LeBow.
As chief medical officer of the nation's largest pediatric rehab system, Haines used the MBA to drive innovation and incorporate business practices.
Looking to make an impact and build a sense of community, Sydney McCloud’s passion for giving back led her to an executive position in Drexel Women in Business.
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.
Ananth Bevinahally, now a data engineer at Facebook, is the first graduate of LeBow’s Master’s in Economics and Computer Science program.
After transferring to Drexel in 2014 from Guangzhou University, Jilan Liu found a new career path and a brighter future.
Alice Park pursued her LeBow MBA to advance her career by combining her interests in technology and marketing.
Aquiera Halsey found her niche and dream career by combining her business studies with a passion for public health.
Michael Horton brought business experience in military, engineering and government to LeBow’s Doctorate in Business Administration program.
For Ana Aguilar, EMBA ’16, it’s about people, systems and processes. Not just about the bottom line; it’s about leaving places better than how she found them.
Two Philadelphia institutions – Comcast and Drexel – have helped shape Rob Nedumakel's life and career in significant ways.
Ranasinghe leveraged his dual degrees by infusing economic theories and research skills learned at LeBow into tax auditing at EY (Ernst & Young).
An unexpected knack for research paired with Drexel’s fellowship programs helped Bella Santosusso achieve her dreams of traveling the world.
H. Adam Holt took his company, Asset Map, from a startup to a $3 million company.
Matt Kessler, EMBA ’19, knew early on that he wanted to have a career in sports and has spent more than 15 years working for his hometown team, the Philadelphia Phillies.
Maëlys Amat always knew she wanted to attend medical school. Going to business school didn’t occur to her until she was well into her MD studies.
Starting her freshman year, she used Drexel's undergraduate research opportunities to prepare her for her co-op and determine her future career interests.
A Benedictine monk and a Catholic priest, Isaac Haywiser's current studies in LeBow’s MS in Marketing program are a first step toward a PhD.
From her undergraduate studies, to her current position, it has always seemed to Anusha Janardhana that her professional path has been leading to one place.
Viscusi has worked at Oracle since 1996 and has held various positions along the way, from a consulting member of their technical staff to director roles.
After studying mathematics and psychology, Elizabeth Perkins looked for graduate programs that centered on where those two fields intersect.
Philip Barasa's pursuit of education, co-op and adventure has led him from Kenya to the United States and Australia.
Jim Wolters moved back to his hometown from Washington, DC for his Drexel LeBow MBA, helping him pursue a longstanding interest in health care.
When Joe Paliotta III learned that the CEO and CFO at his employer attended LeBow for their Executive MBA degrees, he knew that he wanted to follow their lead.
Bestselling author. Keynote speaker. President and CEO. Entrepreneur. Melinda Emerson, MBA ’20, goes by a lot of titles but there was one missing — educator.
During his MS in Business Analytics studies, Ryan loved the emphasis on application through hands-on projects working directly with data.