“I'm about to start a full-time position completely aligned with my career goals. I want to work in sustainability and impact the world. This is just the first step in my career, but it's already in the right direction.” says Malou de Kergret, MBA'22
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“By pursuing a master's in accounting I could specialize in tax accounting. I've always loved helping people, and in taxation, I can use my affinity for numbers to help clients.” says Emma Woodman, MS in Accounting‘21
Brad States is pursuing an MBA while holding down a full-time job as a C-17 pilot with the U.S. Air Force. He estimates he flew almost 1,400 refugees out of Afghanistan after the Taliban seized control. Courtesy photo
“Accounting isn't just processing transactions; it's about really understanding what a business is all about” says Matthew Bloomer, MS in Accounting ‘21
Feltner outplayed 33 other college students and to make it to the Jeopardy! National College Championship finals—and, because the episodes are filmed in advance, Feltner got to enjoy her final run with friends and family at a watch-party on the Boston campus Tuesday night.
Northeastern student Elizabeth Feltner has a chance at winning $250,000 after a tense Friday night tie-breaker during the “Jeopardy!” National College Championships. Feltner beat more than 30 other college students to advance to the final game on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Arlen Agiliga, who will graduate in May with a degree in finance, will attend a one-year master's program at Tsinghua University beginning this fall where he will study emerging markets and international investing. There's no better place: China is “the poster child of a successful emerging market,” he says.
Northeastern business administration and political science major Elizabeth Feltner had her birthday wish come true last September, when she was told she'd be a contestant on the “Jeopardy!” National College Championship. The prime-time broadcast starts tonight (February 8, 2022) at 8p.m. on ABC.
“I'm passionate about addressing the wage gap and the workplace discrimination experienced by women and individuals of various intersectional identities.” says Gabriela Taveras, MBA'23
“When I realized I could pursue my MBA while working and that there would be opportunities for me to bring my passion for social justice into the classroom, I took the leap.” says Rachel Moo, Part-Time MBA'23