Orange, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
Through the vision of their co-founders, Somchai Moy (2010, EMBA Chapman University) and Joe Hernandez (2009, EMBA Chapman University), the organization strives to create an environment that brings together high caliber executive MBA alumni and successful business organizations so they can share and exchange working knowledge/ideas in a trusted environment.
While attending MBA programs at The George Argyros School of Business & Economics, both men learned there was a need to build a strong professional network in Southern California that was not a university specific alumni association. Both Mr. Moy and Mr. Hernandez shared the desire to create an organization that would focus not only on the advancement of the alumni’s respective business schools, but the professional advancement of the alumni as well. Furthermore, during the program they observed the challenges that several of their classmates had to overcome with the increase in tuition costs as well as the high rate of unemployment during the economic downturn in 2008 through 2010. With the continuing rise in cost of post baccalaureate education programs, they were determined to establish supplemental scholarship funds to assist qualified executive MBA candidates who demonstrated effective leadership in the strategic and tactical business environment.
The eMBA alumni network hopes to become an integral part of a new breed of business executives where businesses and community organizations all work to improve their bottom line of positive financial, economic and social outcomes.
The organization is accepting new members and those interested in supporting their mission of creating a better business community to pave way for a more thriving business future. For more information about eMBA Alumni Project, please visit http://www.embaalumni.org, LinkedIn page, or Face book page.
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About eMBA Alumni Project
We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to connecting executive MBA and established MBA alumni through exceptional continued education, engaged community involvement, professional career development and building networking opportunities.