Hear from MBA students and gain insight into how the Stanford GSB experience made an impact on their lives — both personally and professionally.
When one is not required to conceal their true identity, they are liberated to perform at their best.
I came to Stanford GSB because business leaders shape ethical norms around new technologies.
When you know yourself and know why you’re doing something, you have this internal compass.
I’ll take what I learned here to help empower the new generation of tech companies in Southeast Asia.
Phanthila “Mook” Saengthong
Being a business leader with a disability will help me show people that representation matters.
I’ve had the chance to think about problems and solutions in ways I hadn’t previously considered.
It’s important to use the limited time we have to be as impactful as possible on the people who matter to us most.
If we apply best practices from the private sector to government, we can build a government that better serves its people.
I really fell in love with my culture. That gave me confidence and self-belief.
The idea of walking away from stability and into an unknown future was terrifying.
I didn’t know anyone who had done an MBA. But I’m happy I took that leap because I’m discovering a whole new world right now.
Jordi Vila Hernández de Lorenzo
People won’t remember how clever you are; they’ll remember how kind you are.
I describe myself as a pretty boring person, which probably helps. Not having hobbies opens up a lot of room for efficiency.
I spent a life in medicine calculating and eliminating risk, but the GSB has taught me to embrace risk.
I want to help women in tech make their voices louder, to be a supporter for them.
That’s how I’ll make my impact on the world. I couldn’t do it being someone who the world wants me to be. I just have to be myself.