The Weinert Center is pleased to announce our new Fellowship class for the 2018-2019 academic year. This is our sixth class since the program began in fall 2014.
The Wisconsin Fellowship in Enterprise Development is an applied training program that integrates foundational business knowledge, award winning academic research, and cutting edge techniques from practice in a rigorous single year program.
Donovan Walker, an MBA student from the Center for Brand and Product Management, had this to say about the Fellowship program:
“My decision to come back to school to pursue an MBA was fueled by my passion for entrepreneurship. It’s an honor and privilege to be a Fellow in the Enterprise Development Program. This fellowship is a great stepping stone for all of us that dream of owning our own businesses one day. Fortunately in today’s market, this training not only makes me a valuable asset to potential employers, but also sets me up to accomplish my long-term goal of going into business for myself.”
The Fellows for the 2018-2019 academic year are:
Christian Gero, Operations and Technology Management
Aaron Hammer, Operations and Technology Management
PJ Hopkins, Corporate Finance and Investment Banking
Aggie Howland, Center for Brand and Product Management
Brad Lewis, Center for Brand and Product Management
Reggie Liu, Bolz Center for Arts Administration
Mike Mansell, Risk Management and Insurance
Andy Ortman, Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management
Will Rosenheimer, Center for Brand and Product Management
Arek Schmocker, Corporate Finance and Investment Banking
Trevor Spranger, A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research
Rodrigo Stabio, A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research
Donovan Walker, Center for Brand and Product Management
Jean Wang, Center for Brand and Product Management
The Weinert Center would also like to announce that Arek Schmocker is the first recipient of the Jon G. & Susan S. Udell Scholarship in Entrepreneurship. We thank Jon & Susan for their generous contribution to support an MBA student and further his entrepreneurial aspirations.