The power of human social networks to spread valuable information is undeniable. Alumni networks are a particularly effective type of social network, as people tend to opt for programs that have social groups with interests closely aligned with their own. This generates a higher level of interaction and longer lasting relationships. The Tepper Business School alumni network is a great example of this.
With more than 15,000 graduates in cities around the world, there are regional groups in the U. S. and abroad that connect all Tepper School alumni within a certain geographical limit to each other and to the school. The leaders of these regional groups unite the community by providing opportunities to network with other alumni, attend events, and increase the visibility of the Tepper School in the United States. S.
Vincent Sanchez, MBA '05, BSBA '97 and Michael Hermeston, MBA '08, Alumni Board Tepper School of Business Carnegie Mellon University 5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 are two such leaders who are helping to bring together graduates from trade schools around the world.
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