A Progressive Business Model
Originally from Portland, Ore., I was in Nepal trekking in the Annapurna range on a Freeman Fellowship when I learned I had been awarded a Rotary Scholarship to attend the University of Oxford. Given my political as well as entrepreneurial interests, I briefly debated doing a masters in international relations or philosophy before being won over by the entrepreneurial slant and compact 12-month time frame of the MBA program at Saïd Business School.
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