Sean Haran

MBA Student
USC Marshall School of Business

Full-time MBA student graduating in May. Graduating within the top 20% of class (Beta Gamma Sigma). Teachers Assistant for two first-year MBA classes on management and leadership.

Led a project-based 13 person multi-national team of 1st Year MBA students on behalf of ABAC. Consulted ABAC on the impact of “Rules of Origin” on businesses operating in the APEC region.

Responsibilities included project planning, thought-leadership, problem solving, and mentorship. Presented findings to the 63 CEOs of the ABAC and cabinet-level trade ministers at APEC 2007 in Sydney. This research will be used to inform policy recommendations to heads-of-state.

Strategy and Business Development intern at Honeywell, International over the summer. Conducted multiple strategically-based special projects related to business strategy development and mergers and acquisitions.

Before attending Marshall, Sean spent two years working for the Federal Reserve conducting statistical research and four years as a management/strategy consulting experience. Most recently, he managed and wrote best-practice research studies for Chief Financial Officers of the largest corporations in the world while at the Corporate Executive Board in Washington, DC. Mr. Haran completed his Bachelor of Arts in Economics at James Madison University

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