The Center for Brand and Product Management advisory board is comprised of top executives from the finest brand and product management companies in the world. Their contributions are crucial to the Wisconsin MBA Program’s ability to deliver focused, relevant applied learning experiences to brand and product management students.
Advisory board members facilitate student employment opportunities, recruit prospective students, provide mentorship, and enhance the educational experience through on-campus involvement with students, faculty, and staff.
“The advisory board is a group of about 30 top executives who are absolutely committed to advising and mentoring students who want to learn what it takes to be a world-class specialist in how to grow a brand. The board is comprised of professionals who have an incredible amount of experience in management, innovation, and marketing, and who really want to help make what they know a game-changer for the students as they graduate from the program.”
Chair and Chief Strategist: Growth, Brand, Innovation, Lindsay, Stone & Briggs
The advisory board meets twice a year, in the fall and spring, at the Wisconsin School of Business. At these meetings, students have an opportunity to network with advisory board members, discuss industry trends, and gain valuable career advice. Students, faculty, staff, and advisory board members share knowledge and exchange ideas.
The advisory board brings world-class expertise to the Wisconsin Full-Time MBA specialization in brand and product management, creating applied learning opportunities that connect classroom learning to real-world challenges. In addition, advisory board members play an important role in the successful placement of brand and product management students in high-impact jobs upon graduation. By fostering tomorrow’s leaders and innovators, advisory board members help shape the future of the industry.
Advisory board members form a network with each other as they work together to enhance the educational and co-curricular experiences of brand and product management students at the Wisconsin School of Business. Wisconsin full-time MBA students become part of this network, gaining high-level connections that it would take years to build any other way.