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“Many other business programs tend to attract people from similar backgrounds. But with D'Amore-McKim, students don't just have finance backgrounds—they're people who've worked with nonprofits, with hospitals, or even the U.S. Army. Everyone here is so different. I think that really helped make me feel at home,” said Y-Lan Nguyen, Full-Time MBA‘21

“If you're going into a new industry like I am, don't be afraid of being uncomfortable because that's a part of the process.” says Irina Zolotnitskaya, MBA'21

“The 360 Huntington Fund was one of the reasons I was so excited to come back to Northeastern. I thought it would be a great opportunity to apply the finance knowledge I was learning in the real world, and that has certainly been true,” says Connor Smith-Subecz MBA'21

“I chose this program for two main reasons—the corporate residency and the university's excellent veterans' services. When I began as an undergraduate, I struggled to adjust to civilian life. The strong veteran community was, more than anything else, what got me through.” says John McGuinness, MBA‘21

“This experience opened my mind to how people learn and operate differently. This is an important skill for someone like me who wants to become a leader in a smaller company.” Says Khuzema Khairullah, MBA'21

“When I did my residency in finance, I was surprised by how much I liked the field…As a result of that experience, I have accepted a full-time job in finance.” says Leah Riley, MBA'20

A tech-savvy intrapraneur, Robert Hass is used to driving innovation from inside companies. Guided by a D'Amore-McKim MBA and a keen sense of social consciousness, he aims to help corporations do well while doing right by society.

“Choosing to attend D'Amore-McKim was one of the best decisions of my life.” Says Anders Reinertsen, MBA'10

“It has been extremely valuable to work with people from many different backgrounds and find out the best ways to leverage our skill sets in order to achieve goals” – Sam Fulmer, MBA'18

“I have developed a confidence to trust my inner voice in a room of other business-minded individuals – not just as a mark of my own thoughts, but also as a way to hone my own thinking by allowing my ideas to interact comfortably with the thought processes of others.” Says Syed Amir Ali, MBA'18