Please note: This event is intended primarily for prospective students of color who are traditionally underrepresented in graduate business education and considering a graduate business program, but is open to all who wish to attend!
Get ready to embark on an exciting virtual journey that could shape your future in the world of business education.
Why should you register for this event?
Imagine having the opportunity to engage directly with staff, current students, and accomplished alumni from prestigious business schools, all without leaving the comfort of your home. Our forum is your one-stop destination to explore, inquire, and learn about what it takes to thrive in the world of graduate business education.
Here's what you will learn at the event:
- Submit a competitive business school application.
- Understand the resources available to you on different campuses.
- Gain insights from current students and alumni about navigating life as a graduate business student.
Northeastern University is proudly participating in this forum! As a leading institution renowned for its commitment to diversity and academic excellence, Northeastern is at the forefront of providing cutting-edge education that equips students for success in the ever-evolving world of business.
At the event, you will have the chance to meet our team
As Associate Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions, Dena Snyder enjoys recruiting students and helping them select the best program to fit their goals. She leads informal events where she counsels future learners in a small group setting to share what makes our MBA unique and advises them on the application process and funding options. Dena also serves as a member of the Graduate Admissions Committee, where she reviews applications and makes admissions recommendations.
Dena began with D'Amore-McKim in 2011 in a recruiting and admissions role supporting all graduate business programs and previously had primary responsibilities recruiting for specialized MS programs.
Prior to coming to Northeastern, Dena worked in graduate admissions at Boston University Questrom School of Business. Before coming to higher education, she served in non-profit and government roles at the National Council of Jewish Women and SmithBucklin.
As Operations Assistant for the Graduate Programs at D'Amore-McKim, Andrea Pinto Quiroz is responsible for creating, promoting, and implementing marketing strategies for online and in-person admissions events. Andrea also assists the admissions team through outreach to prospective students and attending recruitment events.
Previously, Andrea held the Graduate Assistant and Student Ambassador role at D'Amore-McKim, where she joined admissions and recruitment events to speak about her experience as a student at Northeastern and assisted in the creation of event promotional material.
Prior to joining D'Amore-McKim, Andrea held positions in account management at marketing agencies in Peru, where she led digital projects and content strategy. She has also worked in sales at a pharmaceutical firm.