Bill Sheehan - Georgetown EMBA Class Diversity
Virtual Tours by Students
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Georgetown is a melting pot of cultures and diverse backgrounds, a key characteristic that makes for one no recipe for success. Our cohort found strength in the blended background and the melting pot that is, the McDonough School of Business and Executive MBA program, not only in my cohort, but across multiple sectors in McDonough School of business. Of course, to succeed in the executive M B A program, you must be competitive. You must be driven, you must be committed and you must be supported. A further testament to the diversity and the ability for people from all walks of life to succeed in their executive M. B A, can be found in the fact that I, amongst other people, was a first generation college graduate. I feel that it is safe to say that we are all better rounded people or tolerant people and better educated people that can add another level of success and another level of perspective to our respective businesses as well as our personal lives. In terms of the cohort, I feel that I can honestly say that we will continue to work and collaborate long after our completion of our degree.