Albers Graduate Student Ambassadors
Graduate Student Ambassadors are available to help answer your questions about graduate student life at the Albers School. They can help prospective and admitted students through sharing their personal perspectives and experiences as well as arranging class visits. Feel free to make a connection with them today! They can be reached at email@example.com or their personal email addresses listed below.
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Farani Aryono is an MBA student with a specialization in Leadership Formation. She started her studies in the beginning of 2011 and expects to graduate in 2013. Prior to studying at Seattle University, she worked as an analyst in a global logistics company where she spent several years of her tenure in Seattle and Singapore working with IT, Sales & Marketing, and Account Management teams. She chose Albers Business School because of its good reputation and many opportunities available to its students. Farani holds a B.S. in Applied Computational Mathematical Sciences and a B.S in Economics from University of Washington and she believes that an MBA will help her gain more business knowledge, and excel in her professional career.
Email Farani at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexis Morehouse is an MPAC student at Seattle University. She completed her undergraduate degree at Seattle University in June 2012 and expects to graduate from the MPAC program in June 2013. Before entering the MPAC program, Alexis was a member of the Seattle University Swim Team, worked within the Albers School, and also participated in accounting internship opportunities. Beyond becoming academically eligible to sit for the CPA exam, Alexis believes the MPAC program will help expand her technical accounting proficiency as well as develop crucial management and leadership skills that will be paramount to succeeding in public accounting.
E-mail Alexis at email@example.com.