After 15 years working in medical device sales, Jennifer Dewees, GCMM’21, certainly knows her industry. But she to know more about the business of healthcare, and so she enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management at Kelley.
Hilary Herendeen, GCMM’21, applies strategy and innovation tools to create change in her hospital system.
Becky Cooper wanted to feel like her work made an impact.
Congratulations to Kim Donahue and Elizabeth Malatestinic, who are among the first faculty at Indiana University to be promoted to teaching professor.
There’s learning accounting, and then, there’s gaining a deep understanding of the wider implications of accounting in a way that sets you apart for the positions you really want.
“I like to bite off way more than I can chew, and I could chew what I had really well. The Kelley Evening MBA Program opened my eyes to different career paths and opportunities to step outside of my comfort zone,” said Chelsea.
Madelyn Heron, BS’21, MSA’22, has known for years that she wanted to pursue an accounting career. But as she completed an undergraduate internship in tax, she realized how much more she wanted to learn about this field.
The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI Kappa Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) was awarded the 2020 Regional Outstanding Development Award for a Collegiate Chapter by the national Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity.
In five short years, Tiffany Munsell, JD, MBA’19, has moved from commercial manager at Rolls Royce to chief of staff to the CEO of Rolls-Royce North America and President of Defense in Reston, Virginia. She says she is a different leader than she was prior to earning her degree from the Evening MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business.