Natalie Carter (Class of 2009) tells us about launching Spin Genève, how she got inspired through her sabbatical and the unexpected benefits of turning your passion into a business. My IOMBA experience started back in 2008: I was an MDC student and dipped in and out of full time IOMBA life. I was immersed to […]
The original interview and blog post is by ANNA S E LUNDBERG, 28 MARCH, 2014 Fearless Fridays: From consumer goods to humanitarian relief For the third interview in this series, in which I talk to people who’ve left their corporate job for a new career, I’m telling the story of Meggi Rombach, who is just about […]
“If you think about beneficiaries, you will be likely to make very few mistakes.” I first heard this quote at a lecture during my time at IOMBA and it has been my mantra for the entirety of my postgraduate life. As I was about to finish IOMBA in 2011, along with my double degree at […]
I’m writing this entry sitting on a folding mattress that acts as a couch. Outside there are people eating, talking and laughing in tiny street-restaurants. It’s 10pm but must be 30 degrees outside. Thankfully the power is on so the fan is blowing. I am in Yangon. How did I get here? After completing IOMBA […]
Welcome to the International Organization MBA Alumni Association at the University of Geneva.
IOMBA counts over 300 alumni working in diverse sectors in international development, including business, government, NGOs and social entreprise.
IOMBA graduates are living and working all over the world, doing their part to achieve a sustainable future.