Alumni Success Stories
Vice President of Business Development
During his seven years as a U.S. Army officer, Michael Thompson, MBA ’17, gained combat experience in Afghanistan, led a 130-person infantry company for two years and earned the rank of captain. Now, ...
Immersion in the strong entrepreneurial culture at the Ross School and Zell Lurie Institute gave Susan Tahir, MBA ’04, the lessons-learned,...
Wolverine Angel Network
Shane Kelly, MBA ’13, has used his entrepreneurial-studies education at the Zell Lurie Institute and his venture-capital investment experience at the Wolverine Venture Fund as strategic stepping stone...
Alexandra Pulst-Korenberg, MD/MBA ’15, sees medicine as the next great frontier for advancing entrepreneurial innovation. “Historically, physicians and the field of medicine have been very resistant t...
Founder and CEO
Power Up Tech Academy
Passion, perseverance and personal skills powered entrepreneur Tamasin Ford, MBA ’10, through the nine years she ran her first start-up business, SharpCurve Solutions, a custom web development company...
A late-evening phone call in February 2014 ─ that came just 30 minutes before the 9 p.m. deadline for submitting his rank list for a medical residency program match ─ catapulted U-M dual-degree studen...
Evening MBA ’15
South Asian Flavors
The idea of launching her own business venture simmered for a long time on the back burner of Harinee Sampath’s mind. “I never considered myself an idea person, and I thought it would be five to 10 ye...
Secure Healing Inc., a start-up founded by Amit Kulkarni, MBA ’12, has developed computer security software that keeps patients’ medical records safe from prying eyes and provides alerts, in real time...