Women at Mendoza: Alumnae
Taking the lead on gender parity
Maria Muldoon (MBA ’19) and classmates increased awareness of the gender parity issues inherent in business – and empowered other women in the MBA program to take the lead.
“This is why you go back to get an MBA.”
Rachelle Ollee (MBA ’20) and her classmates in Professor Wendy Angst’s Innovation and Design Thinking course traveled to Napa Valley to help Chappellet Vineyards evolve its brand.
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Voris Roberts Vigee (MNA ’20) became the first Black and female president and chief executive officer for Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana
Alumna Phoebe Tzannes (MBA '20) founded a female athlete-serving fitness startup while completing her master's degree at Notre Dame.
"As soon as you get to know your cohort, you get to start reaping the benefits of that, but it doesn’t end when the program does." – Executive MBA alumna Caitlin Stojanovich
Double-domer Christina Glorioso (MBA '99, BBA '95) climbed to a senior VP level at NBC through hard work and grit. Then she added "mother of four small boys" to her résumé.
Just in time for #DryJanuary, Emree (Chapman) Woods‘ non-alcoholic beer line entered the niche craft brew scene.
The MBA internship Adrianna Stasiuk (MBA ’12, BBA ’08) accepted nine years ago continues to pay dividends with her latest career move in Chicago’s wealth management industry.