Tayo Jackson, Class of 2014
Feb 20, 2014
b-school, entrepreneurship, GMAT exam
"I wanted to focus on becoming an entrepreneur."
I am a Consortium Fellow at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. I was born and raised in the Washington, DC area and I graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2006 with a BS in Biomedical Engineering. Prior to business school, I spent six years in medical device sales in Washington, DC selling and programming pacemakers and defibrillators.
I returned to school to pursue my MBA at Darden for the opportunity to learn through the case method and to attend a top-ranked school in general management and entrepreneurship. At Darden, I was elected the Vice President of Careers in the Darden Student Association Student Government and was a finalist in a social media business plan competition. Outside of the classroom, I love to travel and enjoy visiting new places and meeting new people.
Why is an MBA important to an aspiring entrepreneur?
Tayo Jackson reflects on why she chose to get an MBA as a starting point to becoming an entrepreneur.
Retaking the GMAT Exam
Tayo Jackson shares her test-taking tips and explains why she chose to retake the exam.