Clausen Center for International Business & Policy
International Business Fellowships 2004
The Clausen Center commends the following Haas Students for their commitment to international business and policy as shown in their past, present, and future endeavors.
Florence Dulla-MBA '05 plans to work with companies from emerging markets in East Asia and/or the Pacific Rim in a career in global brand management or strategy consulting. She will use the fellowship to travel to China with the MOT program at Haas.
Anne Marie Edwards- MBA '05 is working for the Economic Competitiveness Group building regional development plans in emerging economies including Georgia, Honduras and Uraguay. She is one of the organizers of the Global Social Venture Competition. She will use the fellowship to continue her development in global management.
Abhijit Rele- EMBA '06 manages global strategic business development for Oracle's E-Commerce Products. He wants to establish his own BPO company after completing his MBA. He will use the fellowship to attend NASSCOM™2005, a global IT conference in India.
Mona Gavankar - MBA/MPH '05 worked in international public health last summer through the IBD Program, and will continue her work in healthcare this summer in South Africa where she is researching a new cervical cancer screening method. She will use the fellowship to defray costs in creating her case study of Nargis Dutt Memorial Hospital in rural India.
Lyudmyla McQuillin, BS/BA '05 is setting up a business in CIS export management and hopes to use her fellowship to hold meetings with potential Russian and Ukrainian partners in Kyiv, St. Petersburg and Moscow this summer. She also has plans to leverage her experience as a consultant for the Women's Initiative for Self-Employment to one day set up a microfinance program in the Ukraine.
Stephane Guerraz is an MBA student with an interest in global consulting and economic development.
Aleksandra Zdebski is an EWMBA student seeking to learn more about trade in the European Union.
Michael Rubiano is a first year EWMBA student and a Senior Staff Member for U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
Teddy Schall is an MBA student who participated in the MOT in China program and the Barcelona ESADE case competition.
Davorin Kuchan is an EWMBA student from Croatia and a Worldwide Account manager at Texas Instruments.