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Executive Student Stories
Mike Cosenza, ’22
Executive MBA

With a constant thirst for knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit, Michael Cosenza, EMBA ’22, was destined to run a business.

Sarah Lockley, ’22
Executive MBA

Determination has driven Sarah Lockley, EMBA ’22, a trait learned at an early age from her parents, who are United States Army veterans.

Sandra Anglin-Caldwell, ’09
Executive MBA

She credits her LeBow EMBA for helping her identify the delicate balance between analytics and relationship building, strategy and teamwork in her career.

Alex Thompson, ’08
BS in Business Administration; Executive MBA

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.

Michael Horton, ’20
Executive DBA

Michael Horton brought business experience in military, engineering and government to LeBow’s Doctorate in Business Administration program.

Adam Holt, ’04
Executive Master’s in Business Administration

H. Adam Holt took his company, Asset Map, from a startup to a $3 million company.

Rob Nedumakel, ’18
Executive MBA

Two Philadelphia institutions – Comcast and Drexel – have helped shape Rob Nedumakel's life and career in significant ways.

Ana Aguilar, ’16
Executive MBA

For Ana Aguilar, EMBA ’16, CFO at Menarini Silicon Biosystems, it’s all about people, systems and processes. It’s not just about the bottom line; it’s about leaving places better than how she found them.

Matt Kessler, ’19
Executive MBA

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.

Jim Viscusi, ’21
Executive MBA

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.

Melinda Emerson, ’20
Executive MBA

Bestselling author. Keynote speaker. President and CEO. Entrepreneur. Melinda Emerson, MBA ’20, goes by a lot of titles but there was one missing — educator.