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Poets & Quants best and brightest MBAs of 2016 includes a host of Consortium students.

Poets & Quants ‘best and brightest MBAs’ includes host of Consortium alumni

Best and brightest MBAs includes “leaders, volunteers and problem-solvers, who started conversations and inspired change.”

Poets & Quants highlighted its annual list of the “Best and Brightest MBAs” in the class of 2016 from business schools across the country. The list included a number of Consortium alumni — students who started their MBA journey at the 48th annual Orientation Program & Career Forum in Austin, Texas, in 2014, and who are now walking out with MBAs and career opportunities ahead of them.

“Grabbing attention won’t be an issue for Poets & Quants’ Best and Brightest MBAs. In fact, you could describe this year’s recipients as the rock stars of their own classes,” the online magazine wrote in its introduction. “Amid never-ending demands, these second years were the ones who were always available to organize events, tutor peers, and recruit future students. They were leaders, volunteers and problem-solvers, who started conversations, challenged conventions, rallied peers, and inspired change.”

Poets & Quants highlighted 100 students emerging from their studies this spring. Here are the Consortium-affiliated honorees from the class of 2016. Did we miss anyone? Let us know at communications@cgsm.org and we’ll update this post.

2016 Best MBAs: Coral Taylor, Georgetown

2016 Best MBAs: Lauren A. McGlory, Emory Goizueta

2016 Best MBAs: Samuel Edwards, Indiana

2016 Best MBAs: Mikayla Hart, University of Rochester

2016 Best MBAs: Jean-Marie Menga, Virginia

2016 Best MBAs: Lily Hamburger, University of Michigan

2016 Best MBAs: Samantha Grant, Carnegie Mellon

2016 Best MBAs: Rahul Sharma, USC Marshall

2016 Best MBAs: Ronica Reddick, New York University

2016 Best MBAs: Joseph Mpumelelo Ngwenya, Dartmouth Tuck

2016 Best MBAs: Dan Fishman, UC-Berkeley Haas

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