UCLA Anderson: Admissions Q&A

Mae Jennifer Shores, the assistant dean and director of MBA Admissions at the UCLA Anderson School of Management (Anderson MBA Profile), says she ended up an admissions officer the way most people do—unintentionally. She went to Russia to teach public policy, but was assigned to teach negotiations at a business school at the last minute. After two years, she wanted to continue her Eastern European stay and almost took a job teaching in Kazakhstan. Her graduate school loans, however, forced her back to the U.S. There, Shores' international and business-school experience eventually led her into the admissions department at Anderson.

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