The curriculum, learning experience and unique dual accreditation of the Willamette MBA provides the opportunity to pursue your career in any sector – business, government and not-for-profit.

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 business, government or not-for-profit sectors.


    Cordaryll Hall

Charting a course to Intel

    Natasha Torres JD/MBA’20, Nathan Foos JD/MBA’19, Himalaya Rao-Potlapally MBA’19

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

    Shanbo Zhang MBA'18

MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette

    Brandon Nash MBA’12, upper right, with his wife and children

Willamette MBA Alumni Spotlight: Brandon Nash MBA'12

    Renjen MM'86

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

Government or not-for-profit

    Anna Sevostyanova

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

    Anannya Das

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

    Kyle Roadman

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

    Andrew Galen

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

    Ben Crop ’08, MBA’09

Pursued an MBA with an eye on theatre

     Shanbo Zhang MBA'18

MBA alum credits phenomenal success to Willamette


     Carolyn Yocom MBA'88

Exec in Residence Carolyn Yocom MBA'88 visits Willamette MBA

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Early Career and Career Change MBA

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