Join Muppies’ Webinar series on 6/19/2019 from 8-9PM US EST for a free presentation on two Muppies members journeys on deciding to apply to business school.
Date / Time: Wednesday, 6/19/2019 — 8-9PM US EST
Speakers: Sana Mohammed, HBS Alumna & Adeel Mallick, MIT Sloan Alumnus
Webinar Link: Registered attendees will receive a Webinar link in a separate email.
Getting an MBA is a big decision. Is an MBA really necessary? What are the benefits of going to a full-time MBA program, especially given the opportunity cost of 2-years without pay? Two Class of 2019 graduates from MIT & HBS will share their experiences about how they decided to get an MBA and how they made the most of the experience.
Sana Mohammed, HBS Alumna
Sana Mohammed is a Class of 2019 MBA graduate from Harvard Business School. During her time at HBS, she served as Student Body Co-President and interned at Blueground, a real-estate tech startup. Starting July, she will be spending this summer interning at the Sherly Sandberg Dave Goldberg Foundation working on Lean In and Option B programming. In October, she will be starting as a Consultant at Bain & Company in San Francisco.
Prior to business school, Sana worked for BP’s trading and sales organization in marketing, sales, and operations. She graduated from the University of Houston with a double major in Accounting and Marketing with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.
Adeel Mallick, MIT Sloan Alumnus
Adeel Mallick is a Class of 2019 MBA graduate from MIT Sloan. During his time at MIT Sloan, Adeel spent most of his time focused on career opportunities focused within prop / real estate technology and venture capital, having spent his internships with Katerra, Sound Ventures, Atomic.vc and most recently Bessemer Venture Partners. Prior to business school, Adeel completed his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University and worked in management consulting, infrastructure private equity and his family’s civil engineering and real estate company.
Adeel was a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council and was actively involved in many student-led activities including the MIT Sloan Tech + Sports Analytics Conferences. He leveraged his prior experiences with Muppies to expand the engagement with the Muslim community on campus by leading efforts in hosting an “Ask me Anything: Being Muslim in America” and Sloan’s 1st Ramadan Iftar held on campus.