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“The program empowered me to solve problems that I think are important.”

Jason Froelich, President and CEO, Teachers-Teachers

“Being able to put different facets of business together means I can make the decisions that need to be made with the right rationale. I make choices I wasn’t equipped to make before, which enables me to be a better leader and, hopefully, a better person.”

Hear Jason's story.

“We implemented innovative improvements to our supply chain and planning process.”

Linda Haberstroh, President, Phoenix Textiles Corp.

“Initially, I thought the EMBA program was only geared to the Boeings and Emersons of the world, with greater emphasis on mergers and acquisitions than on organic growth. Instead, the program is also an incredible resource for private businesses.”

Hear Linda's story.

“Do it fast. Do it cheap. Do it often. Those are my takeaways on innovation from the EMBA.”

Ronak Sheth, Chief Customer Officer, Label Insight

“I was used to companies spending a lot of time and money on the solution that was right for the moment. Once they thought they’d found it, they’d stop innovating.” In four years, Sheth has helped take food-label-data start-up FoodEssentials into other verticals. “We now cover all categories offered by a big-box retailer.” A change in the company name — to Label Insight — reflects the broader scope of business. Hear Ronak's story.

“Enrolling is one life decision I’ve never regretted.”

Tom Zupon, Owner, T. O. Zupon Construction & Development

Zupon says Olin’s Executive MBA was "on his radar," but he was sold on the program after a three‑hour conversation with an EMBA 2010 graduate. “I wanted my name to be attached to Washington University. I’m an involved member of its alumni community.” Read Tom's story.

“The ROI story is just incredible for me.”

Rebecca Saunders, Director of Marketing, Women's Health, Lumara Health

Since graduating from the Executive MBA program, Saunders has accepted new positions with two different companies and has more than doubled her annual income. Now, she leads women's health marketing initiatives for Lumara Health.

Hear Rebecca's story.

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Imagine a degree that turns an effective manager into an authentic leader. A professional with an interesting business idea into an entrepreneur with a sound business plan and, ultimately, a flourishing company. Or a department head into the CEO of an entire enterprise, responsible for implementing strategy across business disciplines – and across continents.

These are the types of transformations you can expect from Olin’s Executive MBA program.

The 20-month program takes your career in new directions if you’re ready to push yourself, reinvent yourself, and embrace a different way of thinking.

For proof, look to EMBA program students and alumni. A 2011 graduate was named Pipeline’s 2014 Innovator of the Year. A 2012 graduate became principal at a top-ranked investment firm. And a current student – the former US Army staff sergeant whose intelligence led to the capture of Saddam Hussein – is using skills acquired at Olin to create a global, security-based consultancy.

Write your own success story at Olin.

Expanded campus locations in Kansas City, Denver, Shanghai, and Mumbai increase the Executive MBA program’s reach, attracting candidates from around the world.

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