Learn about academics and student life in the Questrom School of Business from our team of Graduate Assistants. Weekdays throughout the semester, our Graduate Assistants are available to schedule coffee chats at the Starbucks located within the Questrom School of Business. If you are not in the Boston area, you can chat with our Graduate Assistants through email or schedule a phone or Skype appointment.
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Health Sector Management MBA/ Masters in Public Health ‘16
Hometown: Wareham, MA
Academic Background: UMass Amherst, BBA Management, BS Public Health, Psychology minor
Pre-MBA Experience:Patient Services, Massachusetts General Hospital
Summer Internship: Quality Improvement, Blue Shield of California
On Campus Activities: Health Sector Management Club, Sports and Social Club, Health and Life Sciences Conference
Kim’s experience working at a primary care clinic enhanced her passion to improve the quality of care through a patient centric approach. She is interested in building the relationships between healthcare delivery and insurance companies in which she gained insight through her internship at Blue Shield of California. While in California for the summer, Kim enjoyed hiking and exploring all of the San Francisco neighborhoods.
Public and Nonprofit MBA ’16, Concentration in Public and Nonprofit Management
Hometown: Bellevue, WA
Academic Background: Washington University in St. Louis, A.B. in Ancient Studies and Economics.
Pre-MBA Experience: State Programs Manager, ACT; Financial Analyst II, Partners Healthcare; Undergraduate Admissions, Washington University in St. Louis
Summer Internship: Corporate Development Program, Liberty Mutual
On-Campus Activities: Vice President – Alumni, Public and Nonprofit Management Club; Vice President, Leadership & Organizational Transformation Club; BU on Board
Travis is interested in corporate strategy and decision making, particularly for organizations undergoing structural and cultural change. Outside of the classroom, he serves on the board for YEP-Boston, loves cooking (especially pizza) and the Seattle Seahawks.
MBA ’16, Concentration in Marketing, Strategy and LOT
Hometown: Yorktown Heights, NY
Academic Background: UMass – Amherst, B.A. in Communications, Minors in Psychology and Resource Economics
Summer Internship: Change Management, Campbell Soup Company
Pre-MBA Experience: Human Resources, Target; Salesfloor Executive Team Leader, Target
On Campus Activities: Co-President of WMBAA, VP of Sports & Social Club, Peer to Peer Mentor
Victoria’s experience in Retail and CPG led her to have a passion for undertstanding consumer behavior. She is currently transitioning into a Marketing function, ideally at a Fortune 500 CPG Company. Victoria also enjoys being extremely involved on campus and within the community. This past April she ran with the Girl Scouts Team for the 119th Boston Marathon.
MBA ’16, Concentration in Leadership and Organizational Transformation, Strategy & Innovation
Hometown: South Boston, MA
Academic Background: American University, BA Political Science, Minor Justice, Certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies
Pre-MBA Experience: Marketing and Communications, National League of Cities
Summer Internship: Liberty Mutual, Field Management Development Program
On-Campus Activities: Cohort Cup, Leadership and Organizational Transformation
Will is interested in change management and hopes to assist organizations that are looking to adapt in order to meet the ever changing expectations in the workplace. He has experience in non-profit marketing and communications as well as strategic planning and long term plan development. Will is a native Bostonian and loves watching his favorite sports teams. When he can find the time he enjoys road trips, his longest trip being from Boston to California and back over 7 weeks.
MBA/MPH ’17, Health Sector Management
Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
Academic Background: Colgate University, BA in Biology
Pre-MBA Experience: Clinical Research Coordinator at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
On-Campus Activities: BU WMBAA First-year Finance Associate; Health Sector Management Club
Erika is a first year dual degree student in the full time Health Care Management MBA/MPH program. After working in clinical research for three years, she hopes to stay in the healthcare industry by pursuing an internship in the health care delivery and operations. Erika enjoys running and traveling abroad; this past summer she hiked the Incan Trail to Machu Picchu!
MS-MBA ’16, Concentration in Marketing
Hometown: Durham, CT
Academic Background: BS Mechanical Engineering from the University of Note Dame
Summer Internship: Pathways Operations Intern at Amazon
Pre MBA Experience: Surface Nuclear Naval Officer, United States Navy
On Campus Activities: MS-MBA Association, Veterans’ Club, Leadership and Organizational Transformation Club, BU on Board
Joe grew up moving around the world, which instilled in him a love of travel. After his years in the military, he decided to go and find out how the world of business actually works. When not running around Questrom for class, clubs, TA jobs or team meetings, you can find Joe at almost any karaoke establishment, belting out the best of 90’s and 00’s pop.
MS in Mathematical Finance ‘17
Hometown: Cape Town, South Africa
Academic Background: Campbell University- B.S Economics, University of Maine- M.A Financial Economics
Previous Experience: Data Technician and Senior Research Technician at the Medical Research Council during the summers of 2008 – 2013. Financial Analyst Intern at the University of Maine.
MS in Mathematical Finance ‘17
Academic Background:University of Texas at Austin, B.S. Mathematics specializing in Scientific Computation
Kaylin has always had an interest in mathematics. She was a Calculus tutor while in college, as well as a TA at a summer math camp. She is currently involved in a field hockey league, and she also enjoys traveling, baking and running.
MS in Management Studies ‘16
Hometown: Vernon, CT
Academic Background: Boston University, B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and Minor in Mechanical Engineering
Courtney grew up with a passion for science and mathematics, and is interested in application of her analytical and problem-solving skills in a business environment. Outside of coursework, Courtney enjoys exploring Boston, playing intramural volleyball, and learning about new technologies.