From a community planner in Tennessee to an executive at American Express, Susan Chapman-Hughes (MBA ’98) has had an unconventional career path. She shared her perspective on life and leadership as part of WSB's M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.
The Wisconsin Evening and Executive MBA programs support, educate, and help advance the careers of professionals living in Wisconsin. The MBA programs’ students come together from wide-ranging industries to grow their skills and earn their degrees while they work.
Everything Deanna Singh does begins with a purpose: shift power to marginalized communities. The CEO, author, entrepreneur, and nonprofit leader visited Wisconsin MBA students to outline the four key qualities that help her accomplish her goals.
Based on her own life experience and her new research on minority women and corporate boards, WSB's Maria Triana shares tips on how professional women can keep moving forward in spite of the challenges.
Watch highlights from author Peter Vanham's talk on what he's learned about life from some of the world's top executives. Vanham was a featured speaker as part of the M. Keith Weikel MBA Speaker Series.
If you’re looking to get your MBA, there’s a good chance the GMAT is in your future. The Wisconsin School of Business is here with GMAT tips, so when you sit down on test day with your exam, you’ll be prepared for GMAT success.
Buckle your seat belt because the path to leadership is "going to take curves," says Duluth Trading Company CEO Stephanie Pugliese. She shares her tips for the road during the M. Keith Weikel MBA Leadership Speaker Series.