Khalia Jenkins, Class of 2014

Jun 25, 2014
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Kahlia Jenkins

"The support network at Clark played a big role in my decision to attend." 

My name is Khalia Jenkins and I am a rising 2nd year MBA student at Clark Atlanta University with a concentration in Marketing. For my undergraduate degree, I attended the University of Cincinnati in my hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. I received a B.B.A. in Marketing & International Business in 2011. Throughout my undergraduate studies, when I was not escaping to study abroad, I co-oped at Procter & Gamble in a variety of roles in the Procurement, Marketing, and Sales areas. For my last co-op I worked for Abbott Laboratories in their sales area. Upon graduation I took a role with Abbott Laboratories working as a sales representative in Baltimore, Maryland.

Currently, I am an intern at BlueCross BlueShield in the sales area where I am putting my new MBA knowledge to the test. I look forward to another school year with my awesome, supportive professors in the fall.

An MBA can help you redefine your career goals. 

For Khalia, her MBA program has helped her change her life trajectory.

What can you expect in an MBA program?

From group work to individual support, Khalia Jenkins found a range of opportunities in her program to position her for success.

What should you consider when choosing a school?

Khalia Jenkins discusses the factors that went into her decision to choose Clark Atlanta for her MBA.

Which MBA program is right for you?

Khalia Jenkins explains how she decided on an international MBA program.