What’s Your Best Memory of Stanford GSB?

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What’s Your Best Memory of Stanford GSB?

From interviewing Uber’s CEO to leading a global study trip, Stanford GSB’s graduating class share a few of their favorite moments as students.
June 27, 2019
What moments stood out to Stanford GSB students? Tawanda Mahere says he won't forget taking his classmates to his parents’ home in Zimbabwe | Tricia Seibold

As the Class of 2019 heads out into the world, we asked them what memories will stick with them. Read below to learn about their adventures in and out of the classroom.

Lepi Jha Fishman: On stage with Uber’s CEO

“Being able to ask him questions that my peers and I cared about was an incredible, one-of-a-kind experience.”

Lepi Jha Fishman

Tawanda Mahere: Leading a trip to Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa

“It really struck me that while I'm so far away from home, I've been able to build these friendships with people who are remarkably smart and talented.”

Tawanda Mahere

Asset Abdualiyev: Meeting legend Phil Knight

“There's this term I like to use called GSB magic. Some stuff only happens at [Stanford] GSB.”

Asset Abdualiyev

Ran Fan: Sharing culture through food

“It was just fun to bring a little aspect of our own culture to campus.”

Ran Fan

Yvette Huston: From Panama to the Midwest

“I couldn't imagine the people I'd meet or the places that I have seen.”

Yvette Huston

— Beth Rimbey

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