Kathleen is passionate about alleviating poverty through education. Learn how her MBA instilled confidence and versatility, essential skills for leadership at an organization for the disadvantaged.
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Learn from Forté MBAs on the Move: women whose inspiring business careers have soared less than 15 years after earning their MBA. These diverse movers and shakers are rising in various industries—but share a connection to Forté.
Plus, original Forté profile photographs further showcase their remarkable personality and presence.
Keitha’s MBA and unique ability to harness the power of relationships have propelled her diverse finance career. Learn from Keitha why women make excellent asset managers.
Lauren’s MBA experience and healthcare career—including her work at the NYC Department of Health right after 9/11—inspires her to serve others, speak up, and set an example for her baby girl.
Malika is a Forté MBA on the Move. Her energy and passion are unforgettable. Learn from her innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.
Lee's start on Wall Street, international experience, and INSEAD MBA help her make a mark in hospitality and as a serial entrepreneur.
Johanna loves connecting people and solving problems through technology—qualities that shine in her product marketing role supporting AT&T’s sales team. Learn what inspires her to be a change maker.
As a CFO at NBC Sports, Nicolina leads a team of 40+ professionals who serve 10 major markets and 20+ professional teams and college conferences. Read about how she leaned on her network.
In three years, Christine Cuoco has built Twitter’s North American marketing team and now reports to the Chief Marketing Officer. Read about her keys to success.
Amanda Magliaro is responsible for the structured finance business and the distribution of structured finance products globally at Citi. She brings incredible energy and tenacity to the male-dominated trading floor.
Forté’s “MBAs on the Move” campaign is our newest effort to showcase the interesting and rewarding careers of women with MBAs.