The Professional MBA program at the Moore School helped Glenn Gonzales transform his skill into a start-up.Read Glenn’s Story
After graduating from the Air Force Academy and completing 10 years active duty, Glenn’s ambitions were still rising.
As he considered an MBA, he knew it would be difficult to balance life as a husband, father, working pilot, sales professional and student. Yet all that stood between his business savvy equaling his technical skills was finding the right training.
“The Professional MBA was the best program in the area that allowed me to both work and travel like I did and still gain a great degree from a reputable university.”
With access to regional campuses and technology, Glenn worked closely with his professors and classmates and completed his MBA goal on schedule. A few years later, Glenn launched a unique jet ownership start-up that now boasts a fleet of private jets positioned around the eastern United States with rapid expansion anticipated throughout North America and southeast Asia.
“An MBA opens your eyes. And it definitely will prepare you for the next step whenever you determine what that is.”
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