Present & Past
Meet the sitting class.
Want an authentic look at the MIT Sloan Fellows experience? The alumni network is a key motivator for many when considering becoming a Sloan Fellow. Here, you will meet the program’s most eloquent ambassadors—the fellows themselves. They represent every corner of the globe and a broad swath of industries, but each Sloan Fellow holds in common one essential characteristic: a dedication to changing for the better the way we live and work. Find out why these fellows made the decision to apply, their firsthand experiences in the program, and its impact on their careers and their lives.
Director, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company
Amy Gowder Graban started her career at Accenture, where she rose steadily through the management ranks. She was a thriving supply chain consultant when Lockheed Martin offered her even more challenging career opportunities. After only nine months at the company, Gowder Graban became one of its youngest directors. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics President Ralph Heath urged her to enter the MIT Sloan Fellows Program to continue her strong career trajectory.
CEO, Genome Quest
Richard Resnick is a genetics pioneer, a serial entrepreneur, and a music innovator, but a more accurate characterization might be high-tech explorer. Resnick has planted so many flags on so many tech mountain peaks, it’s dizzying. Today, he’s channeling everything he’s learned in those many pursuits into his role as CEO of GenomeQuest.
CEO and Chairman, Aetna
“One of the basic principles of successful leadership is to keep your head in the clouds and your feet on the ground. You have to start with a large-scale, long-range vision and then operationalize strategies that deliver real value to stakeholders.”