From a global social entrepreneurship course, Natasha Ibori was inspired to build her venture, Uwana Energy, an Innovator Award winner.
These students from India pioneered fundraising campaigns to support their home country amid high rates of COVID-19 cases.
Students and graduates including Messy.fm CEO Molly Beck received grants to fuel their business ventures through the Women Who Empower Innovator Awards.
“I would recommend this program to anyone considering it..The professors here are also engaging; they’re knowledgeable about business and data analytics and that prepares you to become a leader in your field.”
“The faculty also gave me advice on how to leave a lasting impression and because of that, I feel more confident when networking. Additionally, the support from the program alumni has been immense; they’re more than willing to pick up the phone and discuss your career goals.”
Evelyn Barahona, DMSB’99, continues to address disparities in the Latino community as the new director of The Boston Foundation’s Latino Equity Fund.
As media companies compete for new content avenues, Amazon leverages its bundled Prime services to attract users.
“Data analytics is becoming one of the most valuable assets in wealth management. Consumer data is growing exponentially every year, and fund managers are required to leverage this data in their decision-making processes.”
“Don’t hesitate to apply for the program if you don’t have experience dealing with data or business. The first semester provided a firm foundation and introduction..which made the entire learning process in the program seamless for beginners.”
The Northeastern Blockchain Organization, founded by business administration and computer science-oriented students, plans to explore and share knowledge about blockchain technology’s potential.