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Leading through empowerment: Conor Farese, MBA 19

By Liz Rosenberg   |   4/15/2019
When Conor Farese, MBA 19, was invited to speak at a recent Days at Haas, it caused him to ponder his role as a campus leader.

Can MBA Skills Help Lisa Rawlings Tackle Social Injustice Issues?

By Susan Petty   |   4/11/2019
Lisa Rawlings, EMBA19, acknowledges that business and finance is a world away from social work. But the chief of staff of the Courts Services & Offender Supervision Agency in Washington, D.C. is finding ...

One path, two goals: Brian Tajo, EMBA 18

By Susan Petty   |   3/21/2019
By age 31, Brian Tajo was hitting his professional goals with remarkable speed and precision. He had worked as a consultant for IBM, a workday design manager for Johnson & Johnson, and a product manager for ...

Berkeley Haas leadership digest

By Liz Rosenberg   |   11/20/2018
In our Berkeley MBA programs, we believe in developing leaders who champion bold ideas while taking intelligent risks and who lead with confidence and without arrogance.

Student Perspective: Leading in a Time of Political Turmoil

By Laura Counts   |   1/26/2018
When Sharifa Dunn woke up Nov. 9, 2016, the first big news she got was that Donald Trump had been elected president of the United States.

How to be an MBA "leader amongst leaders"

By Laura Counts   |   1/04/2018
 As one of the dozens of clubs and organizations that students in the Full-time Berkeley MBA Program can get involved with, the MBA Association student government is the one that touches on the most aspects of ...

From Herat to Haas, Afghan MBA Student Creates a New Life

By Maya Mirsky   |   2/06/2017
Sal Parsa, MBA 18, once believed his destiny was to become a tailor, or a mechanic. Born in Afghanistan and raised during Taliban rule to a family without much education, Parsa didn’t have many options. By age ...

Video: Honoring Our Student Veterans

By Laura Counts   |   11/12/2015
Jeremy Hendricks, MBA 16, U.S. Army Special Forces

WeFinance: Funding for the Student Crowd

By Laura Counts   |   4/17/2015
It’s a common student dilemma: you’ve got a full-time offer post-graduation, but you still have several more months to finish your degree. And you’re facing the up-front costs of relocating—before your first ...

Sold-Out Crowd Expected at Women in Leadership Conference, March 14

By Laura Counts   |   3/11/2015
When organizers of the Women in Leadership Conference began planning this year's event, the impact of empowering the next generation of women felt tangible. Some of the organizers are in the Full-time MBA ...