Your Elevator Pitch (Series Part 2)

By Asha Aravindakshan, SFMBA ‘17

I’m glad to see so many of you checked out Part 1 of my series, about Building Your Personal Brand.

Your elevator pitch is a key component of your personal brand. Coming up an elevator …

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Build Your Personal Brand (Series Part 1)

By Asha Aravindakshan, SFMBA ‘17

As an alumnae whose professional career is based on amplifying impact, I know how important personal brand is, as the foundation for your digital career toolkit in a networked job search. Before you can …

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How Daya Fields of Pipette and Purecane Tackles The Extreme Work Life Balance Of Being A Woman Business Leader During Covid-19

By Karina Michel Feld | Authority Magazine | March 22, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of our lives today. Many of us now have new challenges that come with working from home, homeschooling, and sheltering in place.

As …

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Master’s In Finance: Pavel Lebedev, MFin 2020

By Riley Webster | Poets & Quants | March 21, 2021

Student Name: Pavel Lebedev

Graduate Business School: MIT Sloan School of Management

Describe Yourself In 15 Words: Perpetual dilettante, cinema lover, wannabe “flash boy” of electronic trading world, poet of gray.

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Master’s in Business Analytics: Abby Garrett, MBAn 2020

By Riley Webster | Poets & Quants | March 16, 2021

Student Name: Abby Garrett

Graduate Business School: MIT Sloan School of Management

Describe Yourself In 15 Words: Energetic communicator and analytical thinker motivated by a curiosity and love of people.

Master’s …

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This Google marketing pro sees diversity as a retention issue

By Meredith Somers | MIT Ideas Made to Matter | March 15, 2021

A 2020 women’s leadership study from LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Co. found that American women held less than 40% of corporate management positions, and women continue to fight underrepresentation …

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How to keep your eyes on your own lane and not be distracted by classmates’ job/internship search success

By Ike Zhang, MBA 2021, Spring Fellow

For many of us, going to business school is a fresh start both personally and professionally. I came to Sloan as a way to pivot away from my career in management consulting at …

By Ike Zhang, MBA '21
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5 ways female leaders are supporting women in business

By Meredith Somers | MIT Ideas Made to Matter | March 4, 2021

Despite an imbalance of power and opportunity, female entrepreneurs and women in business continue to trailblaze in boardrooms, offices, and their respective industries. They are also creating space for …

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Career Stories: Catherine Nevins, MBA 2021

Catherine Nevins came to MIT Sloan to make a career pivot. She was unsure about what career path she wanted to take, but networking and her involvement in the Sloan community helped her navigate the way. Catherine also discusses how …

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Anne Warner, MBA ’21 on Rotational Programs

By Anne Warner

As many Sloanies can probably relate to, it feels like summer internship recruiting starts the minute we arrive on campus as first-years.  I remember having dinner with my core team during the second week of school and …

By Anne Warner, MBA '21
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