Women in Leadership is run by three student leaders: President, Vice President, and Director of Finance.
Yoyo is a first-year MBA student focusing on corporate finance. Before she joined GSM at UC Davis, she worked for more than 5 years as auditor and consultant in KPMG, Ernst & Young, and high-tech company. Yoyo is also Director of GSM Ambassador in helping admission and prospect students. She is a mother, a wife, a daughter, a big sister, a leader, and herself. For all her life, she has been seeking for perfect balance in her roles.
Onyeka is an MBA student at the GSM. Prior to attending graduate school, she worked in the Telecoms and IT industry for 2 years for Ericsson and Genesis. In her most recent full time position she worked in technical management for a subsidiary of Heineken international. She is also the Director of Finance for the Net Impact Club at GSM. Her undergraduate degree is in Electrical and Electronics engineering. After college, she volunteered her service as a Youth corps in Africa, teaching physics and computer in local villages. Her hobbies include construction sound synthesizers from IC’s, listening to music and watching TV shows.
Director of Finance
Kanupriya is a 2014 MBA Candidate majoring in Marketing, Strategy and Technology Management. She did her Undergraduate studies in India, post that she moved to the US to pursue a Masters at University of Texas, Arlington. Before she joined UC Davis, she spent 4 years working as a Project & Data Analyst in a software developing firm and as a successful entrepreneur managing her own ecommerce venture, where she discovered her passion for marketing. Kanu enjoys quantitative challenges and also serves as the Director of Marketing in Women in Leadership club. She loves nature, lives to travel and would love to go to Masai Mara for a first hand glimpse of the great migration.
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(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s full-time MBA program has been ranked among the top six percent of AACSB International-accredited programs nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released today.