Anne Costa

MBA Advisor

Anne Costa

Anne Costa provides career education services to MBA students through personalized career advising. Prior to joining MIT Sloan, Anne served as Senior Director of Strategy and Operations for Professional Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she oversaw the operations, marketing, and admissions functions for over 80 non-degree programs serving 9,000 educators annually. Before working at Harvard, Anne was an officer in the United States Coast Guard, where she filled numerous operational leadership roles and served as a faculty member and Assistant Dean of Academics at the Coast Guard Academy, teaching Organizational Behavior and Leadership, running the academic advising program for the Management Department, and overseeing the Academy’s summer internship program. Anne holds a B.S. in Management from the Coast Guard Academy and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Schedule an advising appointment with Anne in Career Central.

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Product Management Interview Workshop with Lewis Lin

Lewis Lin Workshop

Looking to ramp up on product management interview prep? Spend the morning with the best-selling author of Decode and Conquer and The Product Manager Interview, Lewis Lin, as he provides valuable insights to help you through your recruiting journey. Breakfast will be provided.

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Check out CB Insights 14 Trends Shaping Tech in 2019

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Quick Employer Update: Cockroach Labs announced a $55M Series C round this week. 2Y MBAs—come see them at Full-Time Networking Night on September 11. https://techcrunch.com/2019/08/06/cockroach-labs-announces-55m-series-c-to-battle-giants/

Yes, Being “Mommy Tracked” Is a Real Thing—But You Don’t Have to Put Up With It

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Four years ago, Lucy Harris was a creative executive at an advertising agency in New York. She put in long hours at her job, spearheading projects, leading meetings, and meeting with high-profile clients. Then she had her first child, returned …

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4 Ways Your Perfectionism Is Killing Your Job Search

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After months of unemployment, one of my career coaching clients desperately needed a new job, but she wanted to make sure it was in a field she loved. So, we re-did her resume and LinkedIn profile, wrote a cover letter, …

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What Pixar’s “Purl” Teaches Us About Combating Toxic Bro Culture at Work

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Being “the only one” at work—whether you’re the only woman, the only person of color, or the only of your kind in some other way—is a situation many have experienced with varying degrees of discomfort, confusion, and frustration.

Many folks …

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