Wharton Stories: EMBA

Working at the not-for-profit J. Paul Getty Trust, Michael de Vera, WG’20, came to Wharton to gain the skills, knowledge, and network to differentiate himself and accelerate his career.

Why This Investment Analyst Says Wharton’s EMBA Program is Worth Self Sponsorship

Marty Pendleton, WG’20, says the Venture drove home important leadership lessons about inspiring your team, empowering people, and collecting good intelligence.

4 Lessons This Former Navy Officer Learned from a Leadership Venture to Gettysburg

Learn about student programming, events, and other ways to get involved with the Wharton Social Impact Initiative for the spring 2019 semester.

6 Ways to Get Involved With Social Impact This Semester

In addition to learning how to scale his business, Micah Niebauer, WG’19, is benefitting from a bicoastal network, access to faculty, and applied learning.

How this Former Green Beret is Using His Wharton MBA to Grow a Microbrewery

Despite juggling a full-time job at Vanguard with a toddler and newborn at home, Liz Tammaro, WG’18, describes Wharton’s EMBA program as “worthwhile and doable.”

7 Ways this Mother of Two Found Balance in Wharton’s EMBA Program

Although Jamey Jeff, WG’10, and Victor Belfor, WG’13, graduated in different years and on different coasts, they were connected by a Wharton EMBA newsletter that inspired their partnership to help mutual clients.

How the Wharton Network is Adding Value for Two EMBA Alumni on Different Coasts

How Robert Chen, WG’19, is applying Wharton’s Total Leadership Course to become a better leader in all areas of his life.

Five Ways to Better Lead Every Aspect of Your Life

With a master’s degree in chemical engineering and years of experience in biopharma, Alex Steiner, WG’18, decided an MBA would be a better fit to advance to more senior leadership roles in the industry.

Why This Scientist Chose Wharton’s EMBA Program Over a PhD to Move Up in the Pharma Industry

How this EMBA Alumna Transitioned from the Corporate World to Venture Capital

Former Navy Officer Eric Roe, WG’20, says the key to his success was “careful time management and an efficient training plan.”

Balancing Work at Microsoft, Wharton’s EMBA Program, and the Norseman Extreme Triathlon