Julie Manning Magid was named a 2023 Women of Influence by the Indianapolis Business Journal, which recognizes women who have risen to the highest levels of business, the arts, and community and public service in central Indiana.
When Julie Clary went into cardiology, she found that what she enjoyed most was leading teams of specialists and staff who work together to treat patients. She realized she could learn how to lead teams in a more effective way by earning an MBA.
A lifelong learner, Tina Noronha, MBA’21, wanted to grow her business knowledge and expand her personal network. She decided to pursue the Evening MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business in downtown Indianapolis.
When busy physicians consider earning an MBA, the curriculum must be applicable from day one. While enrolled in the Physician MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business, Mara Nitu, MD, MBA’18, chief medical officer at Riley Children’s Hospital, workshopped ideas during class to solve challenges at work.
Melanie Raney always knew she wanted to earn an MBA. During her undergraduate studies, it was part of her five-year plan. But between work as a nuclear engineer in Michigan and taking time off to raise young children, it became less of a priority until she landed a new role as supply chain manager at AES in Indianapolis.