Mabinty Koroma-Moore, MS in Business Analytics and Risk Management ’17, drew on her quantitative and leadership skills learned at Carey Business School to launch an investment firm in Kenya. Her company, LIVE Africa, works with African entrepreneurs to...
Dr. Denice Cora-Bramble’s (MBA ‘03) career was an uphill battle. As a woman of color, she often had to work twice as hard to reach the top — ultimately being named chief medical officer at Children’s National Hospital. She credits Johns Hopkins for giving...
Eric Jones (MS, Information Systems ’08) used his degree to switch from a technical role to an executive business role. Now he is director of Government Business Development at AT&T. He pays his success forward through his non-profit board service and...
Carey alumnus Ian Brown joins SAGE board, the world’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBTQ elders. His new role is a continuation of his LGBTQ advocacy at Erickson Living.
Christoph Lengauer (MBA ’01) has been closely involved in the funding and development of a cancer-detection blood test created by Johns Hopkins researchers.
Building a strong network while in business school improves your experience and sets a strong foundation for your career.
Tony Wells, chief brand officer at USAA, spoke in the Carey Business School’s Distinguished Speaker Series. The discussion was facilitated by Carey Dean Alexander Triantis.
Microsoft honors Carey alumna, Roxie Mitchell Hill, with the Founder’s Award. Hill was recognized for her work empowering girls in STEM and growing her clients’ cloud-based businesses.
With a Masters in Health Care Management, Cagla Oruc was equipped to apply emergency management, crisis leadership skills to the current health care crisis.
Jeffrey Morelli finds his young start-up playing a key role in COVID-19 tracing efforts. He credits his Carey studies with helping to get his company quickly up and running – and making a difference.
Carey alumnus Stephane Labossiere is delivering critical services to underserved, at-risk groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carey alumnus outlines COVID-19’s impact on hospital operations and health equity.