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.

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