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Erik Olson

Erik Olson (BSAc ’12, MAcc ’13) | May 2024

Olson (BSAc 2012, MAcc 2013) was named one of Poets&Quants’ 2024 Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors. He serves as Assistant Professor of Accounting at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management. He began his career as a tax associate at KPMG,

Mario Herane

Mario Herane (MBA ’13) | January 2024

Herane (MBA 2013) is Vice President of Global Affairs and Development at Universidad Mayor in Chile and the U.S. He recently wrote an article on balancing AI innovation and ethics in education. Read the article from the Higher Education Digest. 

Dan Mathis

Dan Mathis (MSM ’13) | August 2022

Mathis (MSM 2013) is an adjunct professor in Columbia University’s Sustainability Management program and a policy fellow at Next100, a think tank powered by the Century Foundation. At Next100, his work focuses on the intersection of housing and climate policy,

Anil Achyuta

Anil Achyuta (Ph.D. ’09, MBA ’13) | March 2021

Anil (Ph.D. 2009, MBA 2013) is an Investment Director at TDK Ventures. He was recently ranked #2 on the “Rising Stars” among 20,000 corporate venture capitalists in the world. Anil has invested in startups developing flying cars, magnetic imaging, 3D

Albie Kaminsky

Albie Kaminsky (BSBA ’13, MBA ’16) | November 2018

Kaminsky (BSBA 2013, MBA 2016) was recently named Florida’s Senior Manager of Government Affairs for Charter Communications, America’s fastest growing and second largest cable company. Previously, Kaminsky served in the Florida House of Representatives as Chief Legislative Aide to Rep. Jim

David Buckmaster

David Buckmaster (BSBA ’06, MBA ’13) | November 2018

Buckmaster (BSBA 2006, MBA 2013) is the Director of Compensation and Market Insights at Nike in Portland, Oregon. He was recently named to the shortlist of the annual Financial Times and McKinsey Bracken Bower Prize, which is awarded for the best

Mario Herane (MBA ’13) | May 2017

Herane (MBA 2013) came back to his home country of Chile to share his perspective of the educational model and the model of doing business in the industry upon completing his MBA. Currently, he serves as the youngest VP for a

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