Prior to Ross, I worked in education where I taught religion to high school and undergrad age students. During this time, I earned my first master’s degree in Religious Education and worked as an assistant principal on my faculty. I chose to purse an MBA because I wanted to broaden my experience and transition into roles with greater enterprise influence. I applied to Ross because of its elite status, action-based learning, and collaborative culture. As I investigated different schools, Ross stood out to me as being different than other top programs. I felt that the students, professors, and alumni truly supported each other along the path to excellence, and I wanted to be a part of that kind of community. I would be happy to talk to you about the Ross culture, the application process, general management, or any other questions you have about the Ross School of Business.