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EMBA Mary Jo Gorman

Mary Jo Gorman, MD

EMBA 1996
Lead Managing Partner
Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator
“A huge advantage to the EMBA program is that you’re with other experienced executives who are all looking to advance their career.”

“A huge advantage to the EMBA program is that you’re with other experienced executives who are all looking to advance their career.”

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What would you say to professionals who are considering the Olin Executive MBA program?

As a serial entrepreneur and Lead Managing Partner of the Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator, Gorman understands the power of a robust network.

“I think a huge advantage to the EMBA program is that you’re with other experienced executives who are all looking to advance their career. It's a fabulous network of people that you can learn from and you can work with during the program.”

What she took away from the EMBA program

Gorman says the impact from the EMBA program was two-fold, leading her to discover new aptitudes and areas of interest.

“The EMBA program has really driven me to continue to study leadership and apply what I learn as I’ve built teams.”

How she describes the EMBA experience

“I think a good educational experience really changes your view of the world. And that’s the kind of experience that I have here. The ability to see the world from a whole different lens, and in a way that opened your eyes to how certain things work and how certain things are done, was amazing.”

Mary Jo Gorman, MD

Lead Managing Partner, Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator

Previous Employment

Founder and CEO, Advanced ICU Care
Chief Medical Officer, IPC-The Hospitalist Company
President, Critical Care Services

Background

Education: BA in Biology and Chemistry, St. Louis University; MD, Southern Illinois University