Nick Quan, Class of 2013

Sep 12, 2013
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Nick Quan

"I'm married with three young children, so going back to school full time was a big leap of faith."

I'm in the full-time MBA program at Arizona State University, specializing in supply chain financial management, a field in which the school consistently ranks top 5 in the nation. I'm a WP Carey MBA Dean’s Scholar, executive vice president of the MBA student board and active in several clubs and organizations. I earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Loyola Marymount University and spent nearly my entire professional career with Piaggio Group Americas, which makes Vespas.

I am married with three young children, so quitting my job to go back to school full time was a big leap of faith, but in the end, my family decided this would be a great long-term decision, giving me the tools for a career change.

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