SAA Coffee Chat: Maintaining Productivity in a Pandemic

Monday, Sept. 28 | 11 a.m.
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There is no way else to say it, this is a tough time to be a student. Take a virtual coffee break at home to learn how to persevere – and thrive – as a student during a pandemic. Click into a panel discussion with experienced professionals to learn how to stay organized, efficient, and productive while taking classes online. Learn the tips they have to utilize your time in the best way and making sure you’re on top of class and extracurricular work.

Brew your favorite cup of coffee and bring your questions to this informal discussion. We will send a link to those who register prior to the chat.

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Meet the Panelists

Caroline Turpin
MBA Class of 2021

Caroline is a second-year MBA student pursuing a career in technology. She grew up in New England and earned her bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from Villanova University in 2014. Upon graduation, Caroline worked as a technology consultant for Deloitte Consulting on teams in the U.S. and India to implement ERP solutions for Fortune 50 companies. Prior to business school, Caroline lived in Denver, Colorado where she was a member of the professional services team at a low-code software startup. She spent this past summer as a professional services intern at Google in her home office in Vermont. At Kenan-Flagler, Caroline is the President of the Business Technology Club, VP of Corporate Relations for Christians at Kenan-Flagler, and an active member of CWIB (Carolina Women in Business). Outside of the classroom, her time is spent running, hiking, eating ice cream, and exploring fun cocktail bars with her fiancé.

Dale Ziobro
MBA Class of 2021

After growing up in Massachusetts, Dale pursued her undergraduate degree at Denison University in Ohio, earning a B.A. in chemistry with a minor in sociology and anthropology, while discovering a passion for solving complex healthcare challenges. She began her career at Azara Healthcare, working to implement data analytic solutions to improve patient outcomes and facilitate clinical transformation for national community health centers. She also worked at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the physicians’ organization medical management department where she expanded the hospitals’ virtual care programs, opened a new Bridge Clinic to Recovery and piloted a serious mental illness program to improve access for Medicaid patients. This past summer, Dale interned at Deloitte Consulting in a Strategy & Operations role. At Kenan-Flagler, she is involved with the Healthcare Club, Carolina Women in Business, the Kenan Scholars program, and MBA Ambassadors. In her free time she enjoys running, cooking, printmaking and traveling.

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