Sometimes fate, topped with a sprinkle of naive bravado, is the best recipe for landing the job of your dreams.
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When Katie Herrmann (Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Class of 2011) entered her MBA program, her class was 34% women.
Kima McCoy (Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management at Cornell, Class of 2011) served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and one in Iraq.
While many Millennials are choosing careers in nonprofit organizations and public service to express their passion for such issues as education, poverty, and the environment, they are also flocking to corporate America.
Brenda Ross-Dulan oversees 150 banking stores and $12 billion in deposits, and yet she never thought she’d end up in banking.
It’s not always essential to have a degree in finance to have a successful career in banking.
Part of Allen's appeal is that -- in a world filled with lingo-laden, business motivational gurus -- her messages are backed with statistical collateral.
Smith, as President and CEO of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, combines a physician's skill and caring with the strategic sense needed to run an organization.
Other people simply have gut feelings. MetLife executive Lisa M. Weber has the guts to do something about them.
Arnof-Fenn, who founded Mavens & Moguls in 2001, understands the power of networking.