Wharton Business School's Strategic Thinking & Leadership program, to be held in Dubai is designed for senior leaders and business executives. Teaching by Wharton's multicultural, expert faculty, including global thought leaders Prof. Strategic Thinking and Leadership combines faculty presentations, case analyses and hands-on exercises. The recipient of multiple awards for outstanding research in strategic management at the Academy of Management, Harbira€™s research centers on effective strategies for managing acquisitions and alliances, and on globalization of firms in markets. The author of The Leadera€™s Checklist, which was recently ranked 26th in the Business Management category of Kindle downloads, Michaela€™s expertise covers leadership, teamwork, governance, and decision making for managers. Strategic Thinking and Leadership may be attended on its own or as part of Wharton's Accelerated Development Program (ADP). Chantel Adams, Current Forté Fellow, MBA 2014, UNC Kenan-Flagler BusinessChantel Adams is a second year MBA student at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. Beverley Babcock, Vice President, Corporate Financial Services, Exxon Mobil CorporationBeverley Babcock serves as Vice President, Corporate Financial Services and has held her current position since June 2013.
Marina Barreto, Director, Business Planning and Strategy, Disney Channels WorldwideMarina is Director, Business Planning and Strategy, Disney Channels Worldwide, a role she has held since January 2014. Deborah Bertan, Director, Campus Strategy, CitiDebbie is Director of Citi Campus Strategy & Diversity. Marta Braun, Head of Digital Distribution, LATAM, 20TH Century FoxAs Head of Digital Sales, Marta leads the growth of digital transactional sales across Latin America by managing and expanding the existing customer base and by developing and executing growth strategies for each market in this region. Katie Dye, Manager, Monitor Deloitte, Customer and Marketing Strategy, Deloitte Consulting LLPKatie is a manager with Monitor Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting’s strategy practice.
Dana Endundo Ferreira, Management Associate in Global Digital Marketing, CitiDana is a Management Associate in Global Digital Marketing team in the Global Consumer Marketing and Internet Office. Jenn Flynn, Chief Financial Officer, GE Capital FinanceJenn is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for GE Capital Franchise Finance located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Gary Fraser, Assistant Dean, University of Southern California (Marshall School of Business)Dr. Kim Fulton, MBA Candidate, Consulting Club PresidentKim is currently enrolled in the full-time MBA program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Namrata Gandhi, Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Technology Investment BankingNamrata Gandhi is a Vice President in BofA Merrill Lynch’s Technology Investment Banking team based in Palo Alto, CA.
Leigh Gauthier, Director, Careers, Full-Time MBA, Rotman School of ManagementWith People Development, Learning, and Consulting roles spanning national, multinational, and global organizations such as Accenture, the Ken Blanchard Companies and The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Leigh has had the privilege to work with some of the world's best and brightest talent. Heather Giese, Director, Commercial Leadership Programs, GE CorporateHeather has been with GE for 16 years in a variety of sales and marketing roles across multiple GE businesses. Michelle Go, Vice President, Investment Banking Division's Financial Institution Group, BarclaysMichelle Go is a Vice President at Barclays in the Investment Banking Division’s Financial Institutions Group.
Poornima Gopalakrishnan, Senior Product Manager, Dental Technologies, Danaher CorporationHailing from southern part of India, Poornima holds an MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and a BS in Computer Science and Engineering from Osmania University.
Beyond all of her professional qualifications, Angela is a lifelong student of the art form of story. Angela founded MBA Career Coaches to create opportunities for the some of the world’s most exceptional professionals to achieve greater success and fulfillment in their work.
Roxanne Hori, Associate Dean, Corporate Partnerships, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern UniversityRoxanne is the Associate Dean for Corporate Partnerships after serving as the Assistant Dean of Career Management at the Kellogg School of Management for close to 17 years.
Andrea Johns, Associate, Goldman SachsAndrea John is an Associate in Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking division based in Los Angeles, CA. Rachel Klieman, MBA Candidate 2015, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Vice President of Communications, MBA Association Senior Consultant, Illinois Business ConsultingRachael Klieman is an MBA student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she is concentrating in Marketing and Strategy.
Kahne Krause, Vice President and Regional Director, Financial Advisor Services, DimensionalKahne Krause works closely with financial advisors in Southern California. Laura earned her doctorate in social psychology and she applies this lens to her work on gender, negotiations, counterfactual thinking, and group decision-making. She is on the Editorial Board of two leading social psychology journals, Social Psychological and Personality Science and Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Blair Lawson, Head of Merchandising and Product Development, BeautycounterBlair recently joined direct retail beauty startup Beautycounter, where she is responsible for product strategy and product development.
Amanda Lewis, Manager of Strategic Planning, Chevron CorporationAmanda Lewis is the Manager of Strategic Planning for Chevron’s Business and Real Estate Services organization.
Meg Lin, Director, Strategic Services, Cognizant Business ConsultingMeg has over 20 years of consulting experience, focused on developing and implementing strategies that drive value for organizations through people.
Robyn Lurie, Director, Worldwide New Media and Digital Entertainment, NBCUniversalRobyn Lurie is Director, New Media & Digital Entertainment at Universal Pictures, focusing on new digital business opportunities in content, windows and formats.
Kim Martinez, Vice President of Innovation and New Capabilities, DaVita RxKim brings over 15 years experience in operations, process design and project management in the healthcare services and medical device industries. Marilyn Nagel, CEO of WatermarkMarilyn joined Watermark as CEO in 2011, leading strategic initiatives designed to help exceptional women in the Bay Area enhance their personal and professional impact.
Laura Nieder, Senior Associate Director, Career Management Center at Johnson School of Management, Cornell UniversityLaura Nieder is a Senior Associate Director at the Career Management Center at Johnson at Cornell University, where she focuses on advising students interested in finance. Lauren Ochoa, Associate, Finance MBA Rotation Program, PrudentialLauren Ochoa is an associate in Prudential’s Finance MBA rotation program.
The program's learning components include: teachings by Wharton's expert faculty, networking opportunities with senior business leaders from across companies and industries, learning through faculty presentations, and hands-on exercises. You will examine how other companies have succeeded in highly-competitive markets, and devise a strategic plan and build leadership for your own organization by drawing on the best of what Western and Asian research and experience have to offer. He has conducted seminars for IBM, Merck, Pfizer, and Verizon, and has taught at the London Business School and the University of St.Gallen-Switzerland.
He has consulted with a variety of companies and organizations in the private, public and nonprofit sectors including Cisco, Coca-Cola, DuPont, Estee Lauder, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs, Google, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Morgan Stanley, New York Fire Department, Northrop Grumman, Petrobras, Pew Charitable Trusts, Samsung, Sprint, 3M, The New York Times, Toyota, Verizon, United Nations, U.S. This certificate program consists of three separate executive education experiences and professional assessments, going beyond the classroom to help participants become more reflective and proactive in managing their careers.
Originally from Canada, Beverley has enjoyed the opportunity to learn and develop through 18 diverse assignments over the course of her 27-year career with ExxonMobil. Her role involves creating and enhancing the partnerships between Citi Businesses and the major colleges and universities from which they recruit. In her work with the Wisdom group, she focuses on DaVita University operations, technology strategy, and culture. She has over five years of experience developing growth and market entry strategies within the consumer products, technology, media, and defense markets.
She is responsible for supporting rapid progress of online acquisition efforts across all markets. Gary Fraser is currently Assistant Dean and Executive Director at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business. She has a focus in management consulting and is the President of the class of 2015 consulting club. Prior to Namrata's investment banking career, she worked for GE Capital in a variety of different roles. Business Consultant, Corporate Development Program, Liberty Mutual InsuranceSherri is a Senior Business Consultant in Liberty Mutual’s post-MBA Corporate Development Program. She focuses on the coverage of specialty finance companies within the consumer finance and financial technology sectors. Stern School of Business and graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a BA in Economics and a minor in Public Policy. While at Darden, she was named Forte Fellow for exemplary leadership and commitment to women’s initiatives. She grew up in the theater, went on to become an award-winning non-fiction writer, and then failed marvelously and repeatedly to ever finish one of the seven screenplays she has started.
The tools and techniques MBA Career Coaches use to engage with clients bring together the best of her own experience and learning over nearly two decades of work in the field of business communication and professional growth and development.
For the past year, she has also served as interim associate dean of alumni relations at UCLA Anderson, managing programs and services throughout the world for Anderson’s 35,000 alumni.
In this role, she has helped clients with highly-engineered products focus their growth through customer segmentation, market assessments, scenario analysis, and implementation planning.
Prior to joining Kellogg she worked in various service organizations for a total of 16 years in a variety of roles within Human Resources.
Hulit, Senior Vice President and Group Executive, Danaher CorporationBarbara joined Danaher in 2005 as President of the Fluke Corporation.
Outside of class, Rachael is the Vice President of Communications for the MBA Association, a Senior Consultant at Illinois Business Consulting, and the lead Graduate Assistant for a 600-student freshman course. In this role, Kahne helps advisors address a wide array of issues, including portfolio design, client communication, and advisory best practices.

Before joining Beautycounter she was the President of Lisa Perry, a New-York based designer clothing and accessories brand.
McCarthy, Executive Vice President, Corporate Real Estate, Alliances, and Treasurer, The Walt Disney CompanyChristine M.
Her rotations have been in international treasurers, capital and liquidity, and structured finance solutions.
She has held a variety of management roles including Assistant Controller of Financial Reporting and Treasury Finance Manager, where she was responsible for financing large scale projects in West Africa. The goal is to insure a steady pool of highly qualified and motivated candidates for Citi’s Leadership Training Programs. Marta began her career as an investment banking analyst at Bank of America’s Healthcare Group in NYC.
Monica also ran Disney Consumer Products for Europe and was Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Softbank VC. Meaghan worked as a Senior Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to going back for her MBA, and is heavily involved in MBA recruiting at Target. He is responsible for directing the career development process for full time, part time, executive, and international program MBA students as well as the corporate recruitment process with external organizations. Leigh is a Certified Coach (CPCC), and professionally trained facilitator certified in administering the MBTI and Reach360 Personal Branding assessment. Prior to joining Liberty Mutual in 2012, Sherri completed her MBA at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. Michelle has worked on M&A, advisory and cross-border transactions and has over $15 billion in capital markets transactions experience. Earlier in her career at Capital, Irina’s coverage included broadcasting and utilities.
Upon graduation, she joined Danaher Corporation as a Product Manager for their Dental Technologies business. What these years of storytelling have taught her is that the key to unlocking our full potential as people lies in authoring our own story.
Previously, Elaine worked in Stanford University's Office of Development, and served on the turnaround management team of a privately-held manufacturing firm in San Diego. Ann has had numerous mentors during the different stages of her professional career and credits much of her professional success to those that stood next to her along the way. With a background in behavioral economics, design, entrepreneurship and communications; Ms. She was appointed a Group Executive and Danaher Corporate Officer in July 2008 and currently is the leader of the Danaher Business System. Prior to joining investment banking, Andrea was an equities trader at Goldman Sachs in New York, where she became the youngest trader to serve as market maker on the U.S.
She is currently advising entrepreneurs, consulting with new business development ventures, and speaking on leadership and entrepreneurship. She is also an active member of the Women in Business club as well as the Graduate Marketing Association. In this role, she manages installation, repair, and preventative maintenance on digital services in both an inside and outside plant environment. McCarthy is the Executive Vice President, Corporate Real Estate, Alliances and Treasurer of The Walt Disney Company.
As a member of the schools leadership team, Colleen works with her colleagues in the areas of outreach and recruiting of prospective students, faculty and staff, climate and culture issues of the Tepper School community and, corporate outreach and research related topics of diversity and inclusion in graduate business education.
And their work is considered so substantial that scientists themselves rely on their reporting: their work has been cited as a research authority in more than 80 preeminent academic journals and almost 260 books, and it is being used as text in universities around the world. In this role, she develops and directs programs that relate to AT&T products, sales process, and operational sales across all retail channels and ensures its successful implementation.
Marilyn holds bachelors and master's degrees in public administration, and has an additional master's degree in social and systemic studies, with a focus on organizational systems.She has served on the Board of Directors of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc. She also had the responsibility of coordinating ExxonMobil's communications to shareholders and analysts in the investment community as the company's Investor Relations Manager. She is an accomplished Human Resources professional with over 18 years of increasing responsibility in the financial services industry. Prior to joining EY, she spent six years in the aerospace industry with focus areas in Supply Chain Management, Process Improvement and Engineering Project Management.
Monica founded the WVCF after having identified a unique opportunity to invest in women led startups. Meaghan received her MBA in Corporate Finance from the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College, and her B.S. Prior to business school, Dana has worked in various traditional marketing roles in industries including financial services and healthcare.
Previously he served as Associate Dean of MBA Student Affairs and was also Assistant Dean of the Office of Career Development at NYU Stern. She collaborated with multidisciplinary and international teams to formulate business development strategies for infrastructure projects valued up to $600 million.
She currently puts her passion to work at the Rotman School of Management leading the Career Centre team for the Full-Time MBA program.
Sherri began her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers in San Francisco, CA as part of the Financial Services Advisory Practice. Prior to joining Barclays, she interned at Citi in their Fixed Income group and previously worked in corporate finance for URS Corporation based in California. Prior to Danaher, Poornima held progressive roles in Tata Consultancy Services working in software consulting, development and implementation. No matter what happens in life, we can always find a story to tell about our experiences that rings with authenticity and inspiration. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of California at Irvine and her MBA from UCLA Anderson. Patricia holds an MBA from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University.
Hillenmeyer assists large organizations undergoing rapid technological change meet the demands of markets, regulators and employees.
She is a past President of Midwest ACE and former board member of the National Association for Colleges and Employers. Prior to joining Fluke, Barbara was with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Chicago since 1992.
Over the course of her career, Kania has launched seven new business ventures for both entrepreneurial and Fortune 50 companies.
Prior to coming to the University of Illinois, Rachael graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec with a Bachelor of Science and proceeded to work in online marketing for two years. She has a BA in English from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She is responsible for the enterprise-wide management of a variety of functions, including corporate finance, capital markets, financial risk management, pension and investments, risk management, global cash management, and credit and collections.
During her 15 year tenure at The Tepper School, Colleen has served in roles with both MBA Admissions and Career Services where her dedication to diversity combined with her commitment to student achievement and professionalism has fostered a welcoming and inclusive environment for students at Carnegie Mellon.Colleen currently serves as the vice chair on the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management (CGSM) and previously served two (2) 2-year terms as vice chair and member of the Board of Directors for the Forte Foundation, a consortium of major corporations and top business schools that has become a powerful change agent in educating and directing talented women toward leadership roles in business. You'll find references to their work in publications by the White House to speeches by politicians around the globe.Ashley is an acclaimed public speaker, having appeared at such venues as Yale University, Cal Tech, American University, the Aspen Institute, PopTech, 92nd St. Prior to this assignment, Michelle served as Associate Director for U-verse Content Acquisition supporting multi-million dollar deal negotiations through analysis of industry trends and internal agreements.
From 2009 to 2012, Jeanette was the general manager of investor relations responsible for Chevron’s outreach to institutional investors and security analysts. Leslie provides leadership to organizations seeking to improve profitability and performance by adopting and implementing best-in-class procurement practices.
Her ultimate goal is to become the CEO of a socially responsible corporation or the Executive Director of a large, global nonprofit organization. Beverley has held positions in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.Beverley holds a bachelor's degree from Queen's University and Masters of Business Administration degree from McMaster University, both in Ontario, Canada. Her diverse background includes work in staffing at all levels, employee relations and counseling, management development and compensation administration.Debbie joined Citigroup in 1998, first with Salomon Smith Barney as First Vice President of Corporate Recruiting and then becoming Director of College Relations in November of 2001. Some of her key strengths are supplier relationship improvement initiatives, major program transformations and project performance management. Most recently, Kim managed the marketing initiatives for the Southern Alberta region of a progressive construction management firm. She holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Rice University.
She currently holds Global Product Management responsibility for their 3D cone beam business including new product development and global product deployment.

In her years helping thousands of professionals and MBA hopefuls explore their own experiences and translate them into empowering stories that helped advance their professional goals, she has been profoundly moved by the experience we all share as human beings living, loving, and learning. She is currently working on projects around data sharing, privacy and security in the energy markets. Roxanne has over 20 years of experience in higher education coaching students and alumni on career choices. In her previous role, she traded public stock, ADRs, and FX for customers and proprietarily. During her tenure with the Walt Disney Company, Kania managed the new venture development efforts to launch a global film production company for the edutainment market and to expand the Winnie-the-Pooh brand into a new global product category. Lewis worked as an Investment Analyst in the Oil & Gas Division of the International Finance Corporation (part of the World Bank) and as an investment banking analyst in Goldman Sachs Natural Resources practice. Y Tribeca, the Los Angeles Times Book Festival, and many other universities, conferences, and venues around the nation.
Ochoa received a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University.
From 2007 to 2009, Jeanette was the general manager of finance of Chevron’s Asia South business unit based in Bangkok.
She leads projects focused on procurement organization transformation and supply cost improvement.Leslie holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson and an AB in Psychology from Georgetown University. She is currently concentrating in marketing, while also pursuing UNC’s Nonprofit Leadership Certificate. Prior to Citi, she has had multiple industry experiences, having worked as a Human Resources Generalist at J.P. She has worked in the United States and Brazil, and travels often to Mexico and Brazil to develop new sales opportunities in territory. It is also the primary entity within which Citigroup engages in international activities through branches and subsidiaries in over 100 countries and territories outside the United States.
He attended Syracuse University and earned a dual major Bachelor's degree with the Whitman School of Management and the Newhouse School of Public Communications, and has an MBA from NYU's Stern School of Business. Through advertising, events, public relations and social media, she established and maintained positive relationships with targeted clients. These shared experiences connect us, form the basis of some of our most powerful and meaningful relationships, and allow us to laugh at ourselves and turn even the most trying circumstances into opportunities for growth. While at BCG, she had responsibility for the Consumer & Retail Practice Area in the Americas, and for the packaged goods sector globally. Prior to Disney, Kania was COO of an entrepreneurial toy company in Boston, worked in Strategic Planning and Corporate Development for FMC in Philadelphia, developed marketing strategies for Apple Computer, Inc., and pioneered the integration of digital imaging technology into the printing and package design industry for Continental Can Company and others.
McCarthy was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Imperial Bancorp from 1997 to 2000. Prior to joining AT&T, Michelle held a variety of roles in both Finance and Garment industries. The School’s Board of Visitors has expanded, attracting many prominent business leaders who represent diverse functional and global perspectives.
Her responsibilities covered finance related activities in Chevron’s upstream operations in Thailand, China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Chantel has held several leadership positions at UNC Kenan-Flagler and currently serves as the President of Carolina Women in Business and as a Liaison for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management.
In 2011, Dean Fraser earned a Doctorate of Education from the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education where his dissertation focused on leadership development at leading MBA programs.
Hillenmeyer received her MBA from Washington University in Saint Louis, with a focus on behavioral and labor economics.
Prior to joining BCG, Barbara also served in sales and marketing roles with Noxell Corporation, PepsiCo and Marketing Corporation of America.Barbara serves on the boards of the Washington STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Center, the Pacific Science Center and the Kellogg Global Advisory Board for the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She received her MBA from Harvard Business School and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Lewis graduated summa cum laude from Rice University with a Bachelor’s in Economics and Managerial Studies.
She held various finance and planning positions at First Interstate Bancorp from 1981 to 1996, and was elected Executive Vice President in Finance for First Interstate in 1993.Since 2010, Ms.
She lives in Los Angeles, directing a small all-volunteer tutoring program for inner-city kids since 1999.
She graduated from University of California, Los Angeles with a BA in Business Economics and minor in Korean Language.
From 2005 to 2007, she was responsible for Chevron International Exploration and Production’s forecasting and reporting group. Baker Scholars Program – a Georgetown program that encourages liberal arts students to pursue business careers.
She is particularly passionate about Girl Scouts and is on the Board of the Girl Scouts of Colorado and was a troop leader for nine years.
Barbara earned her MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern and BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas – Austin.
She also holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a focus on Finance and Management. McCarthy has served as Disney’s representative on the board of FM Global, a mutual insurance company. For her civic involvement, Ashley received commendations from both the Clinton and Bush Administrations.Ashley has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the USC School of Cinematic Arts and a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University. She was born and raised in Southern California and currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and three dogs. The school has several widely recognized research centers and a global alumni network of more than 37,000 graduates.
She lives with her husband and teenage daughter and receives occasional texts from her college-aged progeny. She is a Trustee of the Westridge School for Girls in Pasadena, Calif., and has also been a mentor for young women through the STEM program for the National Math and Science Initiative.
Her passion includes exploring cuisines all over the world, snowboarding, photography, and supporting all Los Angeles sports teams. Prior to her tenure at the Smeal College at Penn State, she served in various faculty and executive roles at the Robert H. Between 1992 and 2000 she held a number of financial positions in ARCO Products Company, corporate treasury, and international internal audit.
Donna holds professional governance certifications from National Association of Corporate Directors and Harvard University.
Although she didn’t know how to play poker prior to launching the WPT, Audrey finished 12th out of 315 players in the 2006 World Poker Tour Pro-Celebrity Invitational poker tournament. She worked in several Bay Area technology start-ups and earned a BA in Psychology from Stanford University.
In 2002, she completed terms as the Treasurer and a Director of the Alumnae Association of Smith College, and as a member of the Smith College Investment Committee.
Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.Widely published in journals on human resource management, top management team composition,and the business alignment of management systems, Olian wrote a weekly syndicated newspaper column and hosted a monthly television show on current topics in business. Jeanette joined Unocal in El Segundo, California, in 2004 and served in strategic planning and as assistant comptroller. She led the Danbury, CT hub for 4 years, and currently leads the Women in Finance initiative for the Network. She is recognized for her board style as a statesperson who successfully facilitates robust discussions of issues and integrates directors’ thinking to create solid solutions.
Born in Pennsylvania with a passion to explore the world, Kania’s curiosity has led her to travel extensively internationally to 46 countries and 7 continents, including photographic expeditions to the high Arctic and Antarctica, a camel safari in Morocco, and sailing the South Pacific.
She also served as a Board member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association from 1998 to 2001.Ms. Jenn was named GE’s Working Mother of the Year in 2012 in recognition for her extensive mentoring and demonstration of effective work-life balance. She was hired as an intern into the AT&T Leadership Development Program in 2003 and joined full-time in July 2004.
McCarthy completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences at Smith College, where she received an award for excellence in botany, and later earned an MBA in Marketing and Finance from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Jeanette is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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