Alumni Impact: Berkeley MBAs in the News

     

From Fast Company to the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal, Berkeley MBA alumni from the full-time, evening and weekend, and executive programs have been making the news recently:

Tim Campos, Facebook CIO and a Berkeley executive MBA alum discussed automation and the future of email in Part I and Part II of a conversation with the Wall Street Journal.

Facebook CIO and Berkeley EMBA alum Tim Campos

"My job is the efficiency of the company," Tim told the WSJ. "It is something that my staff and I live, breathe and think about, how IT can enable the efficiency and effectiveness of the company."

 

Meanwhile, Revolution Foods, co-founded by Kirsten Saenz Tobey and Kristin Groos-Richmond, 2007 graduates of the Full-time Berkeley MBA Program, made Fast Company's list of the 50 most innovative companies of 2015, for selling "good, cheap food to children who need it most." 

Revolution Foods Co-Founders and Berkeley MBA alums Kirsten Saenz Tobey and Kristin Groos Richmond

"The proof is in the (­natural, additive-free) pudding," said Fast Company of Revolution Foods, "with revenue quadrupling from $18 million to $80 million over the past five years."
 

Representing the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program was Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, MBA 93, featured in the Financial Times Monday Interview.

Adobe CEO and Berkeley Evening & Weekend MBA alum Shantanu Narayen

"Mr. Narayen did not underestimate the coming need for change," said the Financial Times of Shantanu's Question the Status Quo approach.

Want to see who else is in the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network? Check out our Hall of Fame.

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About The Author

Morgan is the Executive Director of Full-time MBA Admissions at Haas as well as a graduate of the program. She enjoys making personal connections with prospective students and guiding them through the MBA admission process.