Alumni Stories

Entrepreneurship

Kinya Seto

CEO of Lixil Corporation Kinya Seto T'96 is leveraging his entrepreneurial smarts to tackle the global sanitation crisis.

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Hospitality

McLean Wilson

Decades after the original Holiday Inn company was sold and resold, McLean Wilson T'07 and his family continue to play an important role in it as a brand builder.

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Energy

Pace Ralli

Pace Ralli T'09 came to Tuck after the 2003 blackout inspired a career change from corporate finance to energy.

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Media, Sports Entertainment

Leslie Andrews

What if learning how to play golf could mean the difference between advancing your business career and not? That’s the thinking that Leslie Andrews T’90 has built her business on.

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Technology

Torlisa Jeffrey

One size does not fit all—that’s the philosophy of Torlisa Jeffrey T'12 , an implementation architect for Knewton.

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Marketing

Kristen Balderston

After working in marketing and academic administration, Kristen Balderston T'84 took a 20-year hiatus to raise two children before returning to the workforce to help other women do the same.

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Marketing

Leela Srinivasan

At LinkedIn, Leela Srinivasan T'06 helped corporate recruiters find top talent.

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Financial Services

Vicki Craver

At Tuck, Vicki Craver T'97 discovered a latent interest in financial strategy. Now, after a successful career at Goldman Sachs and raising a family, she applies her financial accumen to vetting nonprofit projects.

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Education

Clayton Simmers

After living in Manhattan and San Francisco, working in media banking, Clayton Simmers T'99 landed back in the Upper Valley, to pursue a career in education.

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Energy

Sarah Barpoulis

Sarah Barpoulis T'91 credits Tuck for a style that lends itself to constructive debate, consensus building, and empowering others, which she sees as the key attributes of successful board members. 

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Health Care

Amrit Ray

Amrit Ray T’02 is working to improve compassionate access to investigational medicines and medicines for children—callings that combine his professional strengths with his personal convictions.

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