Leading in today’s complex business world requires an entrepreneurial mindset, resilience in the face of change, and an ability to harness data and technology to make smart decisions. In our Full-Time MBA program, you’ll gain all of these things, plus a broad foundation of business expertise built through experience-powered learning.
Participants in this event will…
- Get an inside look at the application process for our Full-Time MBA program as Associate Director of Admissions, Alexandra Munroe, reveals what makes incoming applications stand out
- Hear from Senior Director of the Graduate Career Center, Susan Antonelli on how the Graduate Career Center supports your career planning goals from corporate residency placements to postgraduate opportunities
- Discover what makes the D’Amore-McKim Full-Time MBA unique
- Participate in an open Q&A session
Alexandra Munroe is the Associate Director of Recruitment and Admissions for the Full-Time MBA program, and specializes in leading prospective Full-Time MBA students throughout their admissions journey. As part of her role, she manages admission events, application processing and evaluation, and much more!
Before working with Full-Time MBA candidates, Alexandra began with D’Amore-McKim in 2016, managing recruitment for the Graduate School of Professional Accounting’s MS in Accounting/MBA, MS in Accounting, and MS in Taxation programs.
Prior to coming to Northeastern, Alexandra held roles in major retail companies including The TJX Companies where she worked as an associate planner and at Joss & Main, a Wayfair-owned company, as a buyer.
Susan Antonelli is the Senior Director of the Graduate Career Center. Susan oversees both student career preparation and employer relations and development. She focuses on driving efforts to build unique engagements that enable our students to accomplish their professional goals and our employer-partners to fulfill their strategic talent acquisition and workforce solutions.
Susan has a broad background in higher education. She previously served as dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs at Simmons University and has also held leadership roles at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Boston, Wheelock College, Cambridge College, and Emerson College. She has taught courses on historic and present-day college student activist movements, leadership development, and adult development.
Susan’s research is focused on the experience of strongly ethnically-identified Italian American college students, and she was the recipient of a fellowship from the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute to attend the Italian Diaspora Studies Summer Seminar at Università Roma Tre in Rome.