In the latest episode of TuckCast, get to know Sally Jaeger, assistant dean and director of the MBA Program at Tuck. Recipient of the 2016 Tuck Overseers Medal, Sally shares what she loves most about her job and a few of her favorite memories during her more than 20 years at Tuck.
Here’s what a few people in the Tuck community have to say about Sally:
“Tuck is the special place it is because of people like Sally Jaeger. She is the embodiment of what Tuck stands for.”—Jeremiah Palmer T’08
“Knowing Sally has made me a better person. Her very being is a model for how to carry oneself professionally and personally. If I achieve even a fraction of the impact she has had on others, then I will consider myself wildly successful.”—Edgar Pastrana T’11, director of global initiatives, Starwood Hotels and Resorts
“I would be hard-pressed to think of another member of the Tuck community who has led by example in a way that demonstrates the spirit of creating an inclusive community that inspires people to be their better selves. For me personally, I’ve had the pleasure of learning from and working with Sally for nearly a decade. I continue to learn from and be inspired by what she does. There’s never an issue or person too unimportant for Sally. The empathetic wisdom she brings to the Tuck community is remarkable.”—Dean Matthew J. Slaughter
“There are few people who so uniquely embody the Tuck spirit of community. Sally is one of them. Sally’s gift lies in identifying the diamond in the rough, the non-traditional talent that is equally capable of excellence, but has been focused in non-traditional areas.”—Krystal Williams T’03, Juris Doctor candidate, University of Maine School of Law