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22. Freeman Means Tangible: Kyle Cranfill (MBA ’15)

22. Freeman Means Tangible: Kyle Cranfill (MBA ’15)

There are so many wonderful things about my time here at Freeman that it was difficult to choose one word to describe them all. Read more here.

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24. Freeman Means Imagination: Dan Hall (MBA ’15)

24. Freeman Means Imagination: Dan Hall (MBA ’15)

Imagination isn’t a word I would have initially thought to describe my business school experience. Read more here.

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26. Freeman Means Link: Shengjun Sun (MBA ’15)

26. Freeman Means Link: Shengjun Sun (MBA ’15)

Before I pursued my MBA degree, I was a software engineer. I wrote code and analyzed software bugs every day. Read more here.

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27. Freeman Means Exclusivity: Ahmed Al-Massry (MBA ’14)

27. Freeman Means Exclusivity: Ahmed Al-Massry (MBA ’14)

In business, exclusivity guarantees market access while spending less acquiring customers and suppliers. Read more here.

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29. Freeman Means Versatility: Nick Leverett (MBA ’15)

29. Freeman Means Versatility: Nick Leverett (MBA ’15)

Tulane’s Freeman School of Business offers the opportunity to become proficient in a wide variety of disciplines. Read more here.

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30. Freeman Means Festive: Tyler Hardin (MBA ’14)

30. Freeman Means Festive: Tyler Hardin (MBA ’14)

Freeman embraces the culture of New Orleans. During my time at Freeman I have been constantly challenged, but whenever I wasn’t working or needed a stress relief there was always an opportunity to get out and enjoy the uniqueness of New Orleans. Read more here.

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32. Freeman Means Adaptation: Frank Darden (MBA ’14)

32. Freeman Means Adaptation: Frank Darden (MBA ’14)

My Freeman School experience has been all about adaptation – adaptation to a new city; adaptation to a new academic environment; and adaptation to a new career. Read more here.

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34. Freeman Means Support: Lauren Gutterman (MBA ’14)

34. Freeman Means Support: Lauren Gutterman (MBA ’14)

As an unsure and inexperienced 24-year old coming into the MBA program two years ago, I was determined to prove to everyone, including myself that I belonged here at Freeman. Read more here.

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35. Freeman Means Mobility: Jimmy Dunn (MBA ’14)

35. Freeman Means Mobility: Jimmy Dunn (MBA ’14)

When I reflect on my time at Freeman, I am reminded of the mobility the School has provided me in my professional and personal life. Read more here.

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36. Freeman Means Burkenroad: Samra Nawaz (MBA ’14)

36. Freeman Means Burkenroad: Samra Nawaz (MBA ’14)

While studying for my undergraduate degree in Business Administration in Pakistan, I had the pleasure of competing in the CFA Investment Research Challenge (2010-2011) which gave me my first taste of equity research. Read more here.

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