Stanford Business Matters - September 2018

Virtual Alumni Weekend; Jump-Start Your Job Search; Apply to Be a Seed Coach
September 2018
Stanford Business Matters
News and perspectives from the GSB community around the world
  From the Dean  
Dean Jon Levin | Drew Kelly
Starting a New School Year
This year offers exciting new opportunities as we consider the future of Stanford GSB.
  Story of Impact  
Nadine Lehner explores Patagonia as part of her work with Chulengo Expeditions | Courtesy of Nadine Lehner
When the Career Path Takes a Sharp Left
Three alumni share how their careers developed in unexpected ways.
Alumni Town Square  
  Lifelong Learning Lifelong Learning  
Virtual Alumni Weekend October 5-6 | Live Webcast
GSB faculty, including Susan Athey, Fred Luskin, Matt Abrahams, and Bill Guttentag, will each give talks that will be broadcast live from Alumni Weekend.
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  Career Resources Career Resources  
Jump-Start Your Job Search October 18 - November 8 | Virtual Career Series
This virtual series is designed to help GSB alumni jump-start a networking-based job search.
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  Giving Back Giving Back  
Apply to be a Seed Coach in India, Kenya, or Ghana
Applications for our 2019-2020 programs are due October 1, 2018. Learn more and apply.
  GSB Network GSB Network  
New Alumni Group for Alumni in Food and Agriculture Industries
Do you work in the food/ag space? Join the new Stanford-wide industry group.
  in the news
Meet the Tanzania Genius Pioneering Offline Digital App Payments
Benjamin Fernandes, MBA ’17, founded NALA for greater financial inclusion among consumers.
Poets and Quants
Why Stanford GSB Has Boosted Midwestern Applicants
Three new students are admitted in the third year of the Stanford USA MBA Fellows program.
Época Negócios
“Choose a company for culture, not salary,” says Carlos Brito
CEO of AB InBev Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, discusses his professional journey and how his experience at Stanford GSB shaped him as a leader (in Spanish).
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  Voices of Stanford GSB  
Denise Peck, MBA ’85 | Toni Bird Photography    
“Students today will have life expectancies of 90 years or more, and the jobs 20 or 30 years from now are yet to be created. If you define success narrowly, you may miss out on future opportunities.”

– Denise Peck, MBA ’85
Read Denise’s story
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