Apr 05

How to Negotiate Salary

Bryan School alumna Ashlee Wagner ’11, currently a Practice Leader at Charles Aris, shares tips on negotiating salary as part of a job offer. Welcome to Tips from Top Talent – a new series of blogs and video webcasts with top talent from the Bryan School of Business and Economics. Each month an alumna/alumnus will … Continued

Dec 21

Revitalizing Your Career

Are you feeling stuck or stale in your current career path? Whether you’re ready to position yourself for a promotion within your current employer or change fields altogether, now might be the time to consider a graduate certificate or degree. Bramley Crisco, who manages Employer and Corporate Relations at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business … Continued

Dec 19

From NC to MN: Pursuing a Career in Finance

Born into an immigrant family from Columbia, Jeffrey Cardenas’s mom always stressed education. Cardenas didn’t disappoint. From community college to graduate school to a career in finance, Cardenas has consistently challenged himself to make the most of all aspects of his life—in school, work, and play. With offers from SunTrust and Ford, Cardenas chose a … Continued

Nov 07

Driving Results in Data Analytics Career

Change makers, problem solvers, super heroes? Whatever you call economists, they’re professionals who engage in analysis to discover information and drive results. Bryan School alumna Lydia Hassell is one such leader. Whether automating sales forecasts or predicting future trends, she impacts HanesBrands Inc.’s bottom line in her data analysis career. “I’ve worked cross-functionally with many … Continued

Oct 10

Passion for Health Policy Analysis

Whether traveling abroad, testing recipes, or playing soccer, Bryan School alumna Anna MacMonegle thrives on exploration and teamwork. That adventurous spirit serves her well in health policy analysis. She spends her days at RTI International in Research Triangle Park turning hypothetical questions to actionable data. By formulating plans to ask important questions, reviewing data sources, … Continued

Feb 01

Entrepreneurship: So, you want to be your own boss?

The subject of entrepreneurship, the process of starting and managing a new venture, has received a lot of attention over the past few years. The economic dip in 2007 led many people to strike out on their own, and technology is making it easier for people to manage many business functions independently. As you might … Continued