October 25, 2019
In this episode of the podcast we catch up with Second Year students, Cassandra “Casey” Skittle and Rachel Leitner. Casey and Rachel are both leaders in our Healthcare Club, and we recently sat down to talk with them about their interest in healthcare, what drew them to Darden, what they’ve enjoyed about the experience so far as well as their advice for students who are considering a career in the healthcare industry. Pro Tip: Casey is a MD/MBA student, and this podcast is highly recommended for anyone considering this dual degree.
October 18, 2019
In this episode of the Experience Darden podcast, we catch up with Mike Lenox. Mike is the Tayloe Murphy Professor of Business Administration as well as Senior Associate Dean and Chief Strategy Officer for the Darden School of Business. We recently sat down with Mike to talk about what led him to Darden, why he’s passionate about sustainability and green innovation, what he feels distinguishes and defines the Darden MBA experience as well as his advice for prospective students.
October 11, 2019
In honor of National Coming Out Day, we’re excited to share our recent conversation with two leaders of our Pride at Darden student organization, Lauren Habig and Dan Tempest. Lauren and Dan are both Second Year students in our Class of 2020, and we sat down with them to discuss their backgrounds, what led them to Darden, what Pride at Darden has in store for the coming year as well as their advice for prospective students.
October 10, 2019
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up with Marc Paulo Guzman! Marc Paulo is Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment and a two-time guest on the podcast. We recently sat down with Marc Paulo to talk more about our recent Diversity Conference as well as the upcoming Consortium application deadline. Pro Tip: Be sure to also check out Marc Paulo’s earlier interview.
October 3, 2019
This week on the podcast, we catch up with Temitope “Temi” Adekanbi. Temi is a Second Year student in our Class of 2020 and President of Darden’s Black Business Student Association (BBSA). We recently sat down to talk about her summer internship in Seattle, her plans for her second year and what programming BBSA has in store in the year ahead.