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Alumni Community

There is no other community like it. When you graduate from the Stanford MBA Program, you are joining a global network of diverse leaders deeply invested in Stanford GSB and your future success.

You will become connected to an incredible, close-knit community of people, including more than 30,000 Stanford GSB alumni and 220,000 Stanford University alumni.

Stanford GSB graduates are making a difference not just in business but also in the larger society. Our alumni are changing organizations that change the world. They are generous with their time, supportive of your efforts, and famously responsive. This is the kind of support that you can expect as a student and throughout your life. Welcome to the GSB family.

Stanford GSB Alumni in China
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Stanford GSB Alumni in China
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Learn how Stanford GSB alumni are shaping the future of China and beyond.
Phil Knight, MBA '62, Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, Nike
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VFTT: Phil Knight, MBA ’62, Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, Nike
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Phil Knight, who rarely gives public interviews, reflects on how the characteristics that make him an introvert have often made him a better leader.
Life After Coal: How Stanford GSB Alumni Are Helping an Appalachian Town Move Beyond Coal
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Life After Coal: How Stanford GSB Alumni Are Helping an Appalachian Town Move Beyond Coal
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Daryn Dodson, MBA ’07, and Jenna Nicholas, MBA ’17, attempt to bring a community back to life, “to move things forward in an exponential way.”

The strength of this unparalleled network can best be described through stories — of ideas sparked, partnerships and businesses created, and lifelong bonds formed. These are relationships that will help you develop personally and professionally, no matter where your journey takes you.

Global Chapters Network

Stanford GSB has more than 60 alumni chapters around the world, including 40 outside the U.S. Each chapter is led by a team of alumni volunteers dedicated to keeping all of us connected and engaged with each other and Stanford GSB.

Alumni — An Integral Part of Your Stanford GSB Experience

Alumni routinely come back to campus to serve as mentors, class speakers, project resources, and recruiters. Stanford GSB offers a variety of ways for you to connect with them.​

Online Alumni Directory, Groups, and Discussion Boards

Available to alumni and Stanford GSB students, the directory is searchable by name, class year, location, job industry, function, and more. You can also join more than 200 Stanford GSB class, chapter, diversity, and alumni groups and discussion boards. Share ideas and best practices, discuss timely topics, and post pictures.

Regional Alumni Chapters

Take part in more than 60 Stanford GSB alumni chapters that unite alumni and students worldwide. Organized and run by local alumni, these chapters bring together alumni for social interaction, learning, and networking opportunities.

Women’s Programs

Our energetic alumnae have created, led, and participated in a range of Women’s Programs that have brought our community closer together, developing a network that supports women when they are students and beyond.

Diversity Chapters

Stanford GSB alumni are a diverse community spread throughout the world. Dedicated volunteers have established several Diversity Chapters that focus on celebrating this culture of diversity, and in creating activities that bring these communities together.

Career Resources

Alumni Career Services offer a wide variety of tools, services, and programs to Stanford GSB alumni, including virtual and in-person programs, online job search tools and content, personalized one-on-one career coaching, and opportunities to connect with other alumni.

Lifelong Learning

Your journey as a student does not end once you leave campus. Stay inspired and continue to grow your skills with the many opportunities for alumni to keep learning. Your path to enrichment continues through Stanford GSB Lifelong Learning programs.

Last Updated 14 Jun 2020