Alumni

Daring to lead in 2021 and beyond

The W. P. Carey Alumni Book Club loved reading Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead™, which encourages us to rumble with vulnerability, live into our values, brave trust, and learn to rise — all lessons relevant to the increasingly uncertain times we now navigate together.

Arizona entrepreneur lays the foundation for real estate ventures

For Jerry Coleman’s positive impact on the local economy through locally owned and operated businesses, the W. P. Carey School honored him with the 2020 Spirit of Enterprise Award.

Alumni Profile: From an MBA to Mattel

Since 2015, Akanksha Mohla has worked for Mattel, in the global sales, inventory, and operations planning unit. Based in Los Angeles, Akanksha's current role is a long way from her life in Mumbai, her home prior to coming to the W. P. Carey School of Business for graduate school.

4 family members, 4 MBAs, and 4 unique experiences

Jim Millecam, Nathan Millecam, Camille Millecam-Whiting, and Jason Weber have more in common than being part of the same family. They’re all W. P. Carey graduates.

My 2 cents: Work-life balance while working remotely

Amanda Holt (MBA '08), who is head of client services and operations at marketing and advertising agency Amazowl in Phoenix, has worked remotely for 15 years. Here's her advice for maintaining work-life balance when home is also your place of work.

Succeeding despite COVID-19

COVID-19 took everyone by storm, but when businesses asked how to handle it, Rebecca Clyde (MBA ’02) had the solution.

Finding the cream of the coffee

Alumnus Nick Boggs (MBA ’11) founded a coffee creamer brand that focuses on good taste that’s good for you. 

Memorable, relevant, hired: Harness the power of your personal story

The novel coronavirus has caused a tidal wave of uncertainty over the job market in the last several months. Whether a student just graduated or has been in the workforce for years, the effects are being felt across the board.

Happy medium

The balancing act that achieves a sense of well-being.

ASU course covers everything from hops to hiring in the business of beer

Real-world experts bring coursework to life in new vertical agribusiness format.