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Transforming Education: Stanford M.B.A. Finds Her Career Path

Tyra Mariani was poised to ascend the corporate ladder. She was equipped with a marketing degree from Howard University, an M.B.A. from Stanford and experience working in big organizations like Kraft Foods and McKinsey & Company. In her quest for a fulfilling career, however, Tyra wanted more.

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BROAD RESIDENCY ALUMNI

Join these Residency alums in making a big difference for students and communities.

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Nolberto Delgadillo
Pre-Residency:
Healthcare project management
Residency:
Cluster Business Manager, Green Dot Public Schools, Los Angeles
Sample Project:
Revamping school-campus operations and budgeting to drive more dollars into the classroom
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Carmita Vaughan
Pre-Residency:
Manufacturing product manager
Residency:
Project Manager, Chicago Public Schools
Sample Project:
Securing $27.5M federal competitive grant
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J. DeLano Ford
Pre-Residency:
Management consulting
Residency:
Director of Operations, KIPP New Orleans
Sample Project:
Streamlined system-wide operations amid expansion
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Arthur Mills IV
Pre-Residency:
Consumer packaged goods
Residency:
Project Manager, Fulton County Public Schools, Atlanta
Sample Project:
Directing the district’s development of a five-year strategic plan
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Adrienne Useted
Pre-Residency:
Nonprofit human resources
Residency:
Director of Human Resources and Compliance, LEAD Public Schools, Nashville
Sample Project:
Implementing strategies to retain strong school leaders
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Luis Rodriguez
Pre-Residency:
Management consulting
Residency:
Director of the Office of Digital Learning, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Sample Project:
Implementing the state’s first online learning policy