The MBA Tour is your gateway to exploring the best business school options available and finding the program that aligns perfectly with your career aspirations. Join us in New York City for a unique opportunity to directly engage with representatives from leading business schools, attend interactive presentations, and gain valuable insights into the application process.
At The MBA Tour, our mission is to help you unlock the secrets of successful MBA applications and you have the chance to network with fellow applicants and connect with event sponsors. Rub shoulders with like-minded individuals who share your ambitions and gain valuable insights from admissions representatives, including those from Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business. They are eager to guide you towards improving your application and maximizing your chances of success.
The registration is absolutely free, but spots are limited.
Dena Snyder is an Associate Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions at D'Amore-McKim. Dena specializes in recruiting graduate students for the MS in Finance (Quantitative Finance) and MS in International Management programs. She recruits many international candidates and enjoys developing relationships with them to help them select the program that best fits their educational needs and professional goals. Dena spends a significant amount of time reviewing applications and making admissions recommendations. As part of her role, she leads informal “Ask Me Anything” admissions events where she counsels prospective students in a small group setting on the application process, understanding degree program components, and funding options.
Dena began with D'Amore-McKim in 2011 in a recruiting and admissions role supporting all graduate business programs. During this time, she enjoyed traveling and recruiting students to join the D'Amore-McKim MBA program.
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.