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.
We believe you belong here — but don’t just take our word for it. Hear from our students and alumni about why Rice Business was right for them.
Break Out Of Your Comfort Zone
After switching gears from public school teacher to public accountant, Sean Kim talks about why he joined the Rice Business MAcc program.
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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.
“Over just one year in the MBA program, I transitioned to a new role, developed a model that is being implemented for business analytics questions within ExxonMobil, trained business analysts for the other regions of the U.S., and just recently got a promotion. I have no doubt that the coursework and experiences at Rice contributed to both my accomplishments and promotion.”
Get To Know Alumni
Sina Yilu, Full Time MBA '20
Ariel Chen, Full-Time MBA '20
Adrian Trömel, Full-Time MBA '18
Nadia Bollinger, Professional MBA '18
Kory Li, Full-Time MBA '20
Kathleen Menezes, Full-Time MBA '20
Students and Alumni in the News
"Growing up in Houston, Rice was always my dream school. What really makes our program stand out are our small class sizes and the close bonds formed while at the school."
"I chose Rice because they showed the greatest interest and ability in helping me meet my business school and post-MBA goals. With graduation in sight, I can confirm that choosing Rice was unequivocally the right decision for me."
“There’s a clear philosophy at Rice that prioritizes quality of relationships and learning,” says Christina Tamayo, who will graduate in 2022. “I’m excited by the diverse concentrations offered, particularly in energy and strategy."