Megan Finley

Megan Finley

Class of 2019

When I graduated from Duke University in 2011, I had a vague notion that I might want to pursue an MBA someday, but I couldn’t articulate why - it just seemed like something everyone did.  Five years later, I was managing the team of engineers that handles Stryker Instruments’ most urgent post-market quality issues.  Each time I attended a meeting with key business leaders to discuss an issue and determine the best path forward, I caught a glimpse of how much more there is to running a business than simply solving the engineering problem.  Finally, I understood the relevance of an MBA and the impact that it could have on my career.

The key differentiator for me between Ross and the other part-time MBA programs in the Midwest is Ross’ cohort model.  I love being able to spend these two years learning from my incredibly talented classmates and developing friendships that will last a lifetime.  Combine that with Ross’ world-class faculty, emphasis on action-based learning, and location in college-town Ann Arbor, and the result is an MBA experience unlike any other.  Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions, and GO BLUE!

Undergraduate Education

Duke University

Areas of Interest

Ambassador Type
Career Interest
Undergraduate Major
Biomedical Engineering
Prior Industry
Medical Devices