Season 1, Episode 1
Rice Business graduate Bethany Andell, president of Savage Brands and current president of the Rice Business Alumni Board speaks about her passion for helping the corporate world get back to a place where people trust, respect and love business.
New Alumni Program for Class of 2021 and Class of 2020
The Rice Business New Alumni Program is a dedicated initiative designed to narrow the MBA and Master of Accounting experience gap created by the pandemic and facilitate continued networking, learning and professional development. It is currently only offered to the classes of 2020 and 2021. Benefits are different by class. The differences in benefits within the new alumni programming reflect the level of disruption to the MBA and Master of Accounting program that occurred in 2020 and 2021. The greater the disruption, the greater the benefits.
I started working at a radio station when I was 18 and have since worked in three television markets, so interviewing is in my blood. The podcast is a perfect way for me to use my past skills and assist in telling the many stories of Rice Business, its students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Executive MBA '20
Make Your Gift
Philanthropic support from alumni and friends is crucial to the success of the Jones Graduate School of Business. There are many ways to show love to Rice Business, including annual support of the Rice Business Fund, or giving toward your passion area within the school to contribute in a way that is most meaningful to you.
Regional Chapters Nationwide
Season 1, Episode 1
Season 2, Episode 3
Abbey Donnell, Class of '17, discusses how Rice Business empowered her to start her own company and the female entrepreneurship environment in Houston.
Runsi Sen, Rice Business MBA Class of '04, discusses her transition out of the corporate world and the life circumstances that led her to found the ovarian cancer non-profit foundation, Ovarcome.
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