Being a member of Chapman50 has many benefits, but one of the most rewarding is being able to provide mentorship and career opportunities to fellow Chapman graduates.
Chapman50 has allowed me to connect with highly accomplished professionals, like Matt Munson ’00 (MBA ’04), a fellow Chapman50 member and assistant professor at the Argyros School of Business and Economics. Matt was able to introduce me to a stellar, highly qualified MBA graduate when I was seeking to fill a position on my PR team at Amobee, a leading global digital marketing technology company. I’m proud to say Katrina Anthony (MBA ’15) is now a member of my public relations team in San Diego, leading and executing on our PR strategy.
Building lifelong relationships is a cornerstone of any successful business, and the ability to initiate and deepen relationships through Chapman50 is incredibly valuable. As innovators within our University, community and industries, we set the standard and example for future generations of Panthers. I encourage everyone within Chapman50 and beyond to connect with those around you, invest in building relationships and “Think Chapman First” when hiring.