The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is a global, mission-driven association of leading graduate business schools. Founded in 1953, GMAC is actively committed to advancing the art and science of admissions by convening and representing the industry and offering best-in-class products and services for schools and students. See the original post here

GMAC conducts the Annual Corporate Recruiters Survey to provide vital data that benefits employers and business schools in understanding trends and insights related to skills demand, hiring trends, and salary projections of MBA and business master’s graduates. The survey is conducted in partnership with MBA CSEA, EFMD, Highered and career services offices at participating graduate business schools worldwide.

This webinar reviews the highlights of the 2020 survey, which was conducted in two waves to gauge the impact of COVID-19. In addition to sharing the key findings of the report, this webinar will include a panel discussion and an interactive Q&A. The webinar will be held on October 1, 2020 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Eastern Time.

Please go here to secure your spot.

Speaker:

Rahul Choudaha-2.jpgRahul Choudaha – Director, Industry Insights & Research Communications, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)

Rahul Choudaha is an analyst and evangelist of trends and insights related to graduate management education and careers. He has presented over 150 sessions at professional conferences and has been quoted over 300 times in global publications. He holds a doctorate in higher education administration.

 

Panellist: 

Christine Menges-2.jpgChristine Menges – Director of Career Center MBA Programs, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

Christine Menges has extensive experience in the higher education sector, as a career department head, teacher, and researcher at universities across Europe and as a consultant for various organizations. Menges has crafted WHU’s career counseling approach and placement strategy for students with work experience. She holds a doctorate in management.

 

Christy Murray-2.jpgChristy Murray – Assistant Dean for Career Development, Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School

Christy Murray leads Carey’s Career Development Office. She has more than 20 years of experience in both the corporate world and higher education. She joined Johns Hopkins University in 2008 then transitioned to the Carey Business School’s Career Development Office in 2012. Murray holds a Master of Science in Organizational Counseling.

 

Sean Lynott-2.jpgSean Lynott – Senior Recruiter, T-Mobile

Sean Lynott is part of the Early in Career team at T-Mobile, supporting the summer internship program. His core groups include Finance, Emerging Products, T-Mobile for Business, and Corporate Strategy. Sean works with hiring managers to understand their talent needs and develops corresponding staffing and sourcing strategies. Sean holds an MBA.

 

 

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Andrew Toussaint – Senior Recruiter, Edward Jones

Andrew Toussaint has been with Edward Jones in St. Louis, Missouri for over three years. He recruits for the MBA leadership program. Prior to Edward Jones, he worked in MBA Admissions at Washington University in St. Louis for over five years. Andrew holds an MBA.

 

 

 

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