A resident of New Berlin, Wisconsin who helped combat child labor and human trafficking at the U.S. Department of Labor. A freshly minted MBA graduate who, as a student, co-founded and now serves as CEO of Admit Sensei, a new company aimed at helping prospective MBA students connect with current MBAs who share similar backgrounds and interests. A new hire as an associate brand manager at the Kimberly-Clark Corporation in Neenah, Wisconsin.
Those are just some of the factors that led Wisconsin School of Business MBA Angie Peltzer to be named to Poets and Quants’ “The Best & Brightest MBAs in the Class of 2016”. The annual list recognizes top MBA graduates from business schools around the world, highlighting “leaders, volunteers, and problem-solvers, who started conversations, challenged conventions, rallied peers, and inspired change.”
“Angie is a top MBA at the Wisconsin School of Business. She is a leader who is skilled, hard-working, passionate, and focused on adding value to people’s lives each and every day,” said Blair Sanford, assistant dean of the Wisconsin Full-Time MBA Program at the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. “She has been willing to go the extra mile when a classmate needs help or a prospective student desires a conversation. I’m grateful for all that she has done and delighted to see her recognized among the best and brightest MBA graduates for 2016.”
Poets & Quants is a national news website devoted to the coverage of business schools and MBA programs. One hundred students, representing 53 different global MBA programs, were named to the list.
Angie Peltzer’s profile in Poets & Quants can be found here.