Rebecca Saunders, Director of Marketing, Women's Health Division at Lumara Health
Since graduating from the Executive MBA program, Saunders has accepted new positions with two different companies and has more than doubled her annual income. She became a global marketing manager for Stereotaxis in 2010. Now, she leads upstream and downstream marketing initiatives for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals.
"Before I enrolled in the Executive MBA program, I was used to companies spending a lot of time and money on the one best solution. Once they thought they’d found it, they’d stop innovating. Innovation and creativity are two of the most-critical factors for a startup’s success, and FoodEssentials is no exception. We want to innovate in everything we do, including our internal processes."
"Enrolling is one life decision I’ve never regretted."
Tom Zupon, Owner, T. O. Zupon Construction & Development
Zupon says Olin’s Executive MBA was "on his radar," but he was sold on the program after a three‑hour conversation with an EMBA 2010 graduate. "I wanted my name to be attached to Washington University. I’m an involved member of its alumni community." Read Tom's story.