Willamette MBA's unique cross-sectoral approach

Serving the business, government, and not-for-profit sectors since 1974.

The founders of Willamette MBA believes that one of the most valuable parts of receiving a diversified degree like an MBA means you can take your career into any sector. The Public and Not-for-Profit Management concentration and Willamette MBA's unique Philanthropic Investment for Community Impact experiential course prepares students for careers in government or not-for-profit sectors. Each year, about 85% of Willamette MBA graduates choose a career in business, while 15% choose a career in government or not-for-profit sectors.

Below are some examples of our alumni who have taken their career paths into business, government or not-for-profit sectors. Please check back regularly as we share more of our alumni’s successes with you.




Charting a course to Intel


Willamette MBA, JD/MBA students create Oregon-based angel fund



MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette


Willamette MBA Alumni Spotlight: Brandon Nash MBA'12


Renjen MM'86, Deloitte Global CEO, named among world's most influential business leaders.

Government or not-for-profit


Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Anna Sevostyanova, Human Resources Generalist at Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties


Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Anannya Das, Human Resources at Self Enhancement Inc  


Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Kyle Roadman, Power Resources Manager at Emerald People's Utility District


Willamette MBA alumni spotlight: Andrew Galen, Director of Strategic Initiatives at United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley


Pursued an MBA with an eye on theatre



MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette



Exec in Residence Carolyn Yocom MBA'88 visits Willamette MBA