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Tech manager and recent alumna Madhuri Alahari, WG’18, shares advice on surviving and thriving during the two-year program.
New Grad on How to Have a Successful Experience in Wharton’s EMBA Program
Instead of taking time away from his family to study, Shushant Agarwal, WG’18, experimented with blending his family time with study time. The results brought him closer to his family and shed new light on what it means to be a holistic leader.
This EMBA Student Changed His Family Dynamic After Taking Wharton’s Total Leadership Course
From the first day of school through graduation, students in Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives receive concierge-style support so they can focus on academics.
How Class Directors Support Wharton EMBA Students
Students and alumni share their approaches handling childcare, managing weekends away from home, and getting the most out of Wharton’s EMBA Program.
Five EMBA Parents Share Their Advice, Their Experience in the Program, and Their Child Care Solutions
How do you balance work and life in Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives? Ask management consultant Akshay Mehta, WG’18, who finds time for a new baby, studies, and a heavy travel schedule.
A Management Consultant Gives His Strategies for Balancing Work, Wharton, and a New Baby
Dr. Marie-Laure Romney, WG’18, is balancing Wharton’s challenging EMBA with her roles in emergency medicine and as a mom of three.
How This Doctor Took on Wharton’s Quantitative Curriculum and Grew Her Family at the Same Time
Why Jodie Yorg, WG’19, decided she needed an MBA to advance in her tech industry career, and how she’s making the program work for her family.
Silicon Valley Exec on Why Wharton’s EMBA Program Is Worth It — Especially for Women
When George Dutile, WG’17, wanted to transition from the military, he and his wife worried about taking a risk on an MBA. They went “all in” at Wharton, and the whole family benefited.
Why This Vet Brought His Family to Wharton and Why It Was the Best Thing He Ever Did
“Going back to school as a single parent was a significant concern. But this was an important cause and I wanted my children to see me work towards my goals.”
How an Engineer Is Learning to Lead Across Industry Lines While Maintaining Family Responsibilities as a Single Mom
“If you’re a parent considering this program, remember that you are already an expert at balancing work and home. You know how to prioritize. Once school is added onto your plate, you figure it out.”
New Single Mother of Four on Balancing Work, Family, and School
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