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Our MIB graduates join some of the best organizations in the world. They often start
their careers in positions such as financial analyst, international product development
associate, global business risk analyst, international transfer pricing consultant,
global trade analyst and strategy consultant.
Recently, our graduates have gone on to work at national and global firms such as:
Bank of America
International Investment Banking
Meet MIB Alumni
Carlos Cueto (’18 MIB) learned the importance of building an international network
while completing the MIB program. Learning alongside a small group of fellow MIB students
and utilizing the services offered by the Moore School Office of Career Management
helped him land a position as a senior marketing analyst in customer technology marketing
for UPS upon graduation.
“I chose the MIB because the curriculum interconnected a strong foundation of economics,
politics and culture that would develop the skillset I needed to lead across borders.
It’s incredibly valuable to have a transnational mindset and not be limited by barriers
that might limit other business leaders.
As my career progresses, I hope to serve as a mentor for the younger generation of
UPS. I encourage them, and everyone in the MIB program, to leverage every chance they
get to network, as it’s fundamental to success.”
Floriane de Longvilliers
French native Floriane de Longvilliers (’16 MIB) is a graduate of the MIB Double-Degree
program, earning both her MIB from the Moore School and a master’s in management from
ESCP Europe in Paris. Now a commercial executive for large businesses in the sales
department of Microsoft France, she uses the skills that the MIB taught her every
“I use on a daily basis the analytical skills that the MIB taught me, allowing me
to analyze the whole picture of a deal as an A-to-Z for project management. I also
constantly use what I learnt in our negotiation class when dealing with customers
[so that I can] understand what is most important for involved stakeholders and find
areas of agreement.”
Kendall Krenek (‘18 international business, ‘19 MIB) focused on networking and gaining
out-of-the-classroom business experiences through the MIB program. Wanting to gain
exposure to a variety of cultures and business practices, Krenek is now completing
a finance leadership development program at BAE Systems, Inc., a multinational aerospace
company, where he will be hired as a financial analyst. He hopes to continue building
international business relationships in this role.
“I think the interpersonal skills I’ve had to develop [through the MIB program] are
the things that will be most helpful as I progress through my career,” Krenek said.
“Having the opportunity to work and communicate with people in all stages of their
careers has been really helpful in being able to develop personal relationships, which
I consider more helpful than anything you can find in a textbook.”
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