Wednesday, February 12, 2014

MSBA Students Moving to New Jobs

Several MSBA grads and current students recently went on to new and exciting jobs!

Caroline Gangware, class of 2013,  joined World First, the new US branch of this British company.  World First is  transforming foreign exchange services across the globe through innovative solutions and services.  Caroline is a Corporate Client Dealer with World First.  

Current Student Bill Conlon is interning at World First and the program is doing a Field Team Study with World First.

Amelia Eanes has joined Bluetext as a project manager.  Bluetext is a digital marketing company that designs award-winning websites and brand identities, crafts powerful digital marketing campaigns, and executes metrics-driven communications strategies for companies ranging from start-up to the most iconic brands in the world.    After three successful years at Booz Allen Hamilton, Amelia will ba a Project Manager at Bluetext, taking advantage of her skills learned in the MSBA program and at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Tia Bent, a May 2013 grad accepted a position at eGlobalTech, a  leading, small business provider of management consulting services and IT Solutions for the federal government. Their team of dedicated professionals have proven track records in management consulting, business strategy and information technology rooted in some of the world's leading technology consulting firms.  Tia will serve as a junior consultant in the communications department.

Chris Scanlan is now Communications Director at Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Ft. Meyers, FL., ranked one of the top 50 Catholic High Schools in the nation.  Chris is a 2011 graduate of the MSBA program. 

Bryan Levine, 2012 alumni, is working at Craft Media, a unique and innovation company in the world of politics and public affairs, with a creative approach to telling stories and moving messages.  Craft writes, shoots, edits and produces captivating television ads and web videos which plays to Bryan's strength as an undergraduate Media Studies major.  

Current Student Clair Liuzza just snagged a new internship experience at FRANData, a company dedicated to helping companies benchmark and improve their operations. FRANdata is helping to change the basic way decisions are made through data and analysis that are timely, objective and helpful.  Clair will be working as a research intern in the production department at FRANdata.

Congratulations to all these succesful MSBA students on their respective new roles

Stewart McHie
Director, Master of Science in Business Analysis

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations! How exciting to see so many young people placed in the jobs of their choosing thanks to the MSBA program! Keep up that 100% placement rate! In addition, it is great to see so many people using the tools they learned in the program to get even better jobs after they are placed!