At 25, Amy Tinsley saw a common thread in advancement opportunities at Fortune 500 employers: an MBA degree.Read Amy’s Story
When Amy joined one of America’s largest utilities, she expected her government affairs role to last as long as the legislative session. It turned into more than eight years at the energy giant.
A few years in, Amy wanted a way to stand out among the crowded ranks of the Fortune 500 company. Her answer? A professional MBA from the Moore School that would allow her to work and progress her career as she completed her intensive studies.
There’s flexibility. The Moore School realizes that people have a home life and a professional life that they have to balance with their school life.”
Amy took online classes and attended remotely in Columbia, Greenville and Charlotte during business travels. Two years later, she graduated right on schedule. Today, as Amy leads the Automotive Council of the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance, she’s grateful to have a broader understanding of the businesses she works with closely every day.
An MBA is an asset that sticks with you and makes you more competitive in the job market. It sets you apart.”
When Walt Disney said, “Here is the world of imagination, hopes, and dreams” he wasn’t referring to the University of South Carolina, but he might as well have been.Read Story