On November 12, Suffolk University’s Executive MBA Program will celebrate 40 years of educational excellence with students, alumni, and faculty.
Founded in 1975, Suffolk’s EMBA program was the first of its kind in New England. Today, it remains a leader in executive education. With a convenient Saturday schedule and unique cohort structure, the EMBA program draws mid-career and senior-level executives with experience in a vast array of industries, including financial services, healthcare, bio-tech, pharmaceuticals, technology, and defense.
The upcoming celebration will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Union Club and will feature remarks from Suffolk University President Margaret McKenna and Sawyer Business School Dean William J. O’Neill, Jr. Current EMBA students and alumni can expect formal invites in the mail.
“As we celebrate the long-standing success of the EMBA Program, this event is also an excellent opportunity for students and alumni to renew connections with former faculty and with each other,” said Director of the Center for Executive Education Tammy MacLean.