In less than two decades, Shelly Sun (HCB, ’92) has built a $569 million home care company, BrightStar Care, using a franchise model to grow from a local business to a national enterprise.
Ben Weprin (HCB, ’01) had an optimistic vision of success and a talent for leadership. Launched during the economic recession in 2008, Weprin’s hospitality company, Adventurous Journeys, now represents more than $5 billion in holdings.
STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI
#1 Worldwide in Executive Education Facilities & Program Support2020 Financial Times Custom Executive Education
#21 MBA Among Public InstitutionsEconomist 2019
#7 Executive MBA for Healthcare Professionals2019 Healthcare Management Degree Guide
The changes followed Charles Noble’s decision to return to full-time involvement in the college’s Department of Marketing.Read More
The EMBA program is one of just 13 U.S. public institutions included in the Financial Times’ top 100 international executive MBA programs list.Read More
Chris Craighead, a UT business professor and expert on supply chain disruptions, offers timely suggestions on buying and shipping holiday gifts.Read More