Sellinger School of Business Alumni Named to Daily Record’s VIP List
Baltimore’s Daily Record named one current Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business MBA and one MBA alum to the newspaper’s 2015 VIP List. The annual list recognizes Maryland leaders under the age of 40 based on their professional accomplishments, commitment to their communities and their accomplishments.
“Our VIPs are the ones to watch at law firms, companies, hospitals, nonprofits and universities,” according to The Daily Record website.
In total, five individuals with ties to the Sellinger School of Business were selected to the list, including three undergrads: Guy Sheets, who will graduate from Sellinger’s Executive MBA program in 2018; Jeffrey Judge, who graduated with his MBA this year; and undergraduates Patrick Dougherty, Mike O’Day and John Pastalow.
The Sellinger Executive MBA was the first of its kind in the Baltimore Metro and one of the first 10 Executive MBA programs in the country. The Saturdays-only, summers off, five-semester cohort program designed for proven leaders who have demonstrated significant career progression. The sequential curriculum includes core and advanced courses, high-profile guest speakers and a nine-day international field study to an emerging market in Asia, South America, or Europe, while aiming to develop effective, intellectually nimble leaders via a multi-faceted learning approach that complements in-class lectures and case study discussion.