May 28, 2020

Higher Education

Career highlights of Florida's post-MBA graduates

14 Florida grads put their MBAs to use in new careers. Sara Beth Hoover, 26, says because of her MBA studies, she’s able to think more creatively and consider how innovation from other areas can benefit her senior store operations management role at Dick’s Sporting Goods. “It has helped me think outside the box and communicate with people in different departments.”

Featuring profiles on these Florida MBA grads: Joseph Raiano; Dan Cross; Charlotte Temple; Alfonso Maraver; Matt Wigler; Chelsea Kajs; Tyler Smillie; Jazmin Campos-Chiodin; Charles Bailes IV; Karl Muhlberger; Mariah Brown; Sarah Beth Hoover; Joseph Feheley; Sam Adams

 

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