When Lili Wondwossen, MBA ’24, decided to pursue an MBA at MIT Sloan, it was a full-circle moment for her. In high school, she was on the MIT campus every Saturday coding, building robots, and taking engineering classes through MITES Saturdays (formerly SEED Academy). As an adult, working at Pfizer during the pandemic reignited her passion to build the skills needed to navigate a global health crisis of that magnitude in the future.
Lili is involved in the MIT community on many levels—academically and socially; locally and globally. As an Ethiopian and a Black woman who grew up in Boston. She’s excited to be the incoming co-president of the Africa Business Club (ABC) and to also further challenge herself with courses in areas or industries she is not familiar with to widen her skill set.