Years of admissions experience
Former Associate Dean, Chicago Booth
With over 30 years of experience, Bill has been responsible for nearly every business school function. He has developed and managed MBA programs, created new campuses, helped develop overall school strategy, and led the admission teams for full-time MBA, part-time MBA and EMBA programs. He has worked extensively with students from across the globe to help them make sense of the MBA landscape and make the right choices for their MBA education.
A former Associate Dean at Chicago Booth, Bill’s career has included leadership roles in Admissions, Career Services, International Programs, Executive Education and EMBA. Bill has written frequently on business schools, admissions strategies, career development and management trends and has been a featured speaker at GMAC and AACSB annual meetings.
Bill holds a BA from Yale University, an MBA from Chicago Booth and an MBA from the Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven in Belgium.
Q & A
What’s your top piece of advice for admissions candidates?
Take the time to understand yourself and why you want to pursue the MBA. It’s a big investment and too often candidates don’t take the time to understand what they want to get out of the program and how it will really impact their careers. The better you understand yourself, the better chance you’ll have of not only picking the right school, but gaining admission to it.
What’s your coaching super power?
The Big Picture. Because of my breadth of expertise across so many aspects of the business school experience, I can not only help candidates navigate the admissions process, but help them understand and take full advantage of the entire MBA experience – from developing their career strategies to networking to alumni involvement.
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