CFO Kickstarted Career at Robinson
Nearly three decades after completing his M.S. in Finance, CFO Jim Tait still refers to his class notes when he needs advice.
Becky Booth stepped back, assessed her career, and realized she was proud of her accomplishments. But she wanted to keep growing. Her Master of Taxation degree allowed her to do that.
The Career Advancement Center was hugely instrumental in Qazi Haq's success. Now a senior associate at EY, he's giving back to his alma mater.
When the pandemic and a slow, challenging adoption process sent Joy Woodson's panic disorder into overdrive, she took up puzzles to cope. But she noticed a lack of representation in the artwork and decided to do something about it.
Brett Testa says that if more hospitality professionals earn advanced degrees, guests will have more respect for their hosts.
As a corporate travel specialist at IHG Hotels & Resorts, Ali Manning manages more than 400 hotels and reviews rates through reports pulled from software platforms such as STR, ART, and A360.
Million Tsegay first planned to become a lawyer, but through a brief stint as a paralegal, she discovered a passion for real estate.
Kayla Whetstone led the Sandy Panthers through its highest single-season winning percentage in school history while also building career skills in Robinson's M.S. in Finance program.
Christian Asare-Tuah's mentor encouraged him to apply to Robinson while he was an undergraduate in Ghana. When he finally acted on that advice, Asare-Tuah's life changed for the better.