Alumni and Careers
November 29, 2011
Boston College Carroll School of Management graduate Eliane Markoff is on a mission.
November 2, 2011
Giving back to the community is part of the Jesuit culture. So, in keeping with that theme, on October 22, the Carroll School of Management hosted its Fall Day of Service, by helping the Presentation School Foundation, Inc. (PSF) convert its old primary school building into a community center.
October 27, 2011
Jordan Alexiev, ’03 is a Tactical Asset Allocation Analyst in the Global Asset Allocation Division of Fidelity Investments which manages over $300 billion in assets.
October 19, 2011
Matt Muhlhauser, ’10 is a financial analyst for ExxonMobil. He is currently based in Virginia where his role involves copious travel sometimes with 15 trips per year for company projects in Central and South America.
October 18, 2011
Kristen Vicino, '10, is a proud alumna of the Carroll School of Management. In an interview, she shares her experience at school and the successful role at Liberty Mutual she obtained through the Carroll School’s on-campus recruiting process.
September 29, 2011
Matthew A. Rudnick, ‘04 is at the top of his game. He leads business development for MHT Partners, an investment banking firm based in Dallas with offices in Boston, Mass., and previously did the same for Capstone Partners. Much of his career success; however, he attributes not only to luck and hard work, but also having an MBA degree from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. "The faculty and deans, the courses and the friendships I made in my two year degree were life changing and dramatic,” he says.
September 26, 2011
Second year MBA student David Emerson got way more than he expected from his 11 week internship with MITRE. By working on a huge innovation project in the operations research division in McLean, VA, Emerson got to work on several interesting ideas the organization wants to launch.
Kate Serafini Cox ’09, is a product line manager at Stride Rite Children's Group, the children’s footwear brand. She is also a proud alumna of the Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and a self-described poster child for those entering the MBA program with a humanities background. “If I can do the math required for this MBA program, you can too,” she says.
May 1, 2011
Courtney Scrib, 26, is studying for an MBA at the Boston College Carroll Graduate School of Management.
Boston’s economy is rich in innovation and diversity. But compared to Silicon Valley, and some may argue New York, it is not the marquee destination for tech entrepreneurs and innovators.