Young Alumni Enter Top MBA Programs

A lot of Tekes who finished undergraduate degrees at Georgia Tech in the late 1990s and early 2000s are taking the next step in their careers by starting grad school at top-notch MBA programs this fall:

  • Mark Cupta – Stanford.   Jamie Evans graduated from Stanford as well back in the 80s.
  • Javier Fernandez and (in 2012) Manuel Jimenez – Harvard.  Javi and Manuel join other Tekes from Tech who have made the trip to Boston including Jerry Bell, Mark Loch, Rick Tuley and Josh Hix.
  • Ian Stewart – UCLA.
  • Helmut Drews – Cal Berkeley.
  • Phillip Deutschler – University of Michigan.

They join others who are already studying for MBAs, including:

  • Carlos Tan and Griffen Fulmer at Emory University.
  • Drew Hollahan and Russ Gagnon at Georgia Tech.
  • Ryan Riggs at Northwestern.

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