Part of our ongoing effort to reinvigorate our alumni regional networks: A group gathers in Austin before the Christmas holiday.
From Carl Bradford’s thank you note to Sterling Schoen: “This interaction has strengthened my confidence in my own abilities and potential to make the grade in business.”
Writes Alexander Cain: “Anderson faces the challenge of ignoring (race, sex and ethnicity in admissions decisions), but still striving for diversity.”
His MBA allowed him to take T-shirt King, the family business, to the next level. The Consortium opened the door so he could make a direct impact on others.
Scheduling phone calls with mom. Keeping the “glass balls” airborne and letting the “rubber balls” bounce. And remembering to take time for yourself. These are some of the lessons learned about adjusting to the rigors of business school.