MBA Students 2016


Male: 64%
Female: 36%
International: 35%

Years Out of Undergraduate School

< 2: 0
2-4: 46%
5-7: 48%
8 <: 6%

Undergraduate Majors

Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 18%
Sciences 15%
Engineering 15%
Business and Economics 45%
Pre-Professional 7%

Graduate Degrees Held

MD: 2
MD, PhD: 1
RN: 1
Joint MD/MBA Program: 6


68 Students


  • Alex Rosen
    • I went to college at Princeton University, graduating with an A.B. in Economics and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy.  While in college I served as Class President and conducted independent research in health economics, studying both child health and the effects of hospital ownership on the cost and quality of medical care.  After graduating, I began medical school at the University of Pennsylvania, where I served as a co-coordinator of a student run free health clinic in West Philadelphia and as a leader of the multidisciplinary healthcare quality and patient safety group.  I also worked with Penn faculty on health services research projects.
  • Bernie Zipprich
    • After graduating from Harvard College in 2009, (A.B. cum laude in economics), I took a research job at the National Bureau of Economic Research, where I worked on the evolution of higher education, among other topics related to my interest in socioeconomic development. In summer 2010, I moved on to Oliver Wyman, where I spent much of my first year advising technology clients and developing a framework for “creating demand.” This latter effort, in particular, convinced me that businesses succeed most when they create meaningful value for their customers. Moreover, I found this to be particularly true for healthcare. Inspired by this, in my second year, I began working increasingly with healthcare clients on issues related to the shift to value. In fall 2012, wanting to get a better feel for the industry’s front lines, I took a leave from OW to work at Mount Sinai Hospital, at a public health group in New York, and to take premed classes at Columbia. Returning to OW that spring, I began working with the firm’s Health Innovation Center, devising strategies for driving health transformation at-scale and for evolving OW’s business model in tandem.