Networking is a common practice in business — perhaps as ubiquitous as spreadsheets — but it’s less frequently used to advance within the medical community.
It’s because of resilient and gritty parents, and teachers and role models who cared about me, believed in me and wanted me to succeed. That’s why I do all I can to give my students what I was given: someone who cares about them and their success.
Kelley undergraduate student Julie Pettypool shares how her experience at the Hesselbein Global Academy was a life-changing experience.
Johanna Rohler, MBA’19, had just graduated with a degree in nutrition science and was working in the industry when she decided to pursue an MBA.
Pediatrician Autumn Orser, MD, MBA’19, was participating in a CMS initiative in Colorado when she realized she wanted to pursue an MBA.
“I don’t think it was ever a degree I was seeking; it was an outcome.”
Hundreds of students will graduate from the Kelley School of Business on IUPUI’s campus on May 11th.
When she first decided to pursue an MBA, Chrissy had been working as a registered dietitian for several years and felt she’d exhausted her career options. While impacting patients’ lives as a healthcare provider was rewarding, she lacked opportunity for skill development or advancing her career path.