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Gina Barrios, MBA 2003, is senior continuous-improvement consultant at Invesco's Atlanta headquarters.
Gina Barrios Applies Problem-Solving Skills at Invesco
Gina Barrios, MBA 2003, enrolled in Georgia Institute of Technology's business school because she wanted to point her career in an interesting new direction.
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Rob Coyle, MBA 1997, is vice president of Global Logistics for GlaxoSmithKline.
Perseverance Brings Results for Rob Coyle
Rob Coyle, MBA 1997, doesn't take no for an answer. When he received the letter rejecting his application to Georgia Institute of Technology's MBA program — then called the Master of Science in Management degree — he made an appointment to see now retired program director Ann Scott.
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Diana Orrego-Moore, MBA 2009, works as global director for craft/specialties logistics at Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Diana Orrego-Moore's MBA Helps Her Tap Global Markets
Orrego-Moore works as global director for craft/specialties logistics at Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), a conglomerate of brewers that together produce more than 200 brands and maintains its corporate offices in Belgium.
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Christian Hyatt, MBA 2016, managing director, Risk3sixty
Alumni Profile: From Classmates to Startup
When Christian Hyatt, MBA 2016, and Christian White, MBA 2016, found themselves seated next to each other in one of their first-year classes at Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business, they soon discovered they had a lot more in common than their first names.
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Sarah Hsi, MBA - GB 2015, assistant general manager of information technology and CIO at MARTA.
Sarah Hsi Works to Enhance MARTA from the First to Last Mile
As the assistant general manager of information technology and chief information officer for the ninth largest rapid transit system in the U.S., you could say that all of Sarah Hsi’s, MBA - GB 2015, initiatives are mission-critical.
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Ashley Vanderpoel helps women in developing countries through Coca-Cola's 5by20 program.
Ashley Vanderpoel Chronicles the Economic Empowerment of Women in Developing Nations
Elizabeth lives in one of the poorest sections of Naivasha, Kenya. The mother of three operates a thriving business operating a water kiosk and selling vegetables and charcoal to her neighbors. She is a participant in The Coca-Cola Company's 5by20 program, which aims to empower five million female entrepreneurs by the year 2020.
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Antoine Wade, MOT 2015
Scheller's MBA Program Helped Antoine Wade Meet Each of his Professional Goals
Scheller alumnus Antoine Wade, MOT 2015, looks back on his time as an MBA student with satisfaction in what he accomplished and gratitude for the support of his "second family" at Georgia Tech during a difficult time.
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Debby Turner is associate professor of accounting and holds the John and Wendi Wells Professor for Teaching Excellence in the Scheller College of Business.
Faculty Profile: Professor Deborah Turner finds ‘Work Worth Doing’ in Teaching
For accounting Professor Deborah Turner, it was always teaching. Turner held her first class in the basement of her parents’ home in Atlanta. Equipped with a chalkboard and lesson plans, she would teach her neighborhood playmates day after day.
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