From business strategy and entrepreneurship to children’s fiction, Michigan Ross alumni have you covered. The alumni’s work has received great reviews and provides helpful insights for business professionals, a thrilling escape after a long day, or playful entertainment for the littlest Wolverines.
With cases of the COVID-19 virus quickly escalating across Metro Detroit, the U.S., and around the globe, Betty Chu, MBA `13/MD `95, is directing the actions Henry Ford Health System is taking to manage the crisis.
Around 100 members from the Chinese Alumni Association at Michigan Ross helped bring the U-M Health System closer to COVID-19 preparedness with the donation of $42,000 and much-needed personal protective equipment.
Alicia Chin, MBA ‘14, welcomes new fans into the world of hockey by telling untold stories through diverse and inclusive campaigns, and by engaging them in social impact through the National Hockey League’s sustainability program.
Since the first competition was held in 2007, around 375 Michigan Ross and U-M alumni have played a crucial role in creating a simulated PR nightmare for students participating in the Leadership Crisis Challenge .
With more than 52,000 living alumni around the world, it’s no surprise that many students have met their partners at Michigan Ross and went on to form loving, long-lasting relationships. As couples celebrated their love on Valentine’s Day, we reached out to alumni and asked them to share their own unique love stories.
Denice Torres, MBA ‘90, led one of the most successful transformations in Johnson & Johnson history, a feat recently highlighted by AL DÍA News. After 30 years in corporate America, Torres is described as an “executive turned entrepreneur,” using her knowledge to help women accelerate their success and thrive in meaningful careers.