EMBA scholarship winner appreciates global education
When Victoria (Tori) Minevich decided to pursue her EMBA, she had three criteria she expected the program to meet: a holistic, rounded approach to business management and all functions to assist in advancing her skillset; a connection to a truly global network to grow her career; and an experiential learning environment whereby she could learn with and from other students in her cohort. She found all this and more in the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program.
As the 2017 recipient of the Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholarship, Minevich truly appreciates the financial assistance to enable her studies while raising a young family.
“The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA has a great education format with a strong global perspective and experience,” Minevich said. “I’m appreciative that due to this scholarship, I can now choose additional electives to gain valuable experience.”
The Franklin & Sasarman Simard Scholarship Endowment Fund was established at the Schulich School of Business in February 2008 by Dr. Laurence “Larry” Franklin and his wife Mei Kwong Franklin and by Kellogg-Schulich alumnus Michael Sasarman and his wife Martine Simard Dupuy.