Join Associate Director of Recruitment and Admissions, Mary McNamara and MBA faculty member Ken Kerber for a conversation on how the D’Amore-McKim Part-Time MBA combines academic insights with experience-powered learning in the classroom, allowing you to apply your new business knowledge to your professional life in real time.
Participants in this webinar will…
- Meet current Part-Time MBA students and hear first-hand about their D’Amore-McKim experience.
- Discover what makes the D’Amore-McKim Part-Time MBA unique.
- Hear a faculty member’s perspective on working professionals in the classroom.
Mary McNamara joined the D’Amore-McKim School of Business in July 2020 to lead the recruitment and admissions efforts for the Part-time MBA program after serving on the MBA admissions committee at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is a co-chair of the McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network at Northeastern, a Professional Advisor at the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, and a Coach for Leadership and Teamwork at Babson.
An angel investor and portfolio manager for over two decades, Mary is Managing Director of Angel Healthcare Investors and was a founding member of the Angel Capital Association. Previously, she was COO of an early-stage digital health company and a marketing VP with Fidelity Investments. In her early career, Mary held marketing and technology roles in software development at John Hancock, NYNEX, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Bankers Trust Company.
Ken Kerber is an organizational psychologist and educator who uses his understanding of how people learn and change to deliver powerful development solutions for organizations, teams, and individuals. Ken has consulted with over 70 organizations since starting his own consulting and training business in 2003. Ken teaches graduate courses in management, organizational change, and management consulting skills in the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley University, the D’Amore-McKim Graduate School of Business at Northeastern University, and the graduate business school at Framingham State University.