Meg Warren, of South Windsor, has been appointed director of the Full-time MBA Program at UConn’s School of Business.
Warren has been an integral part of the success of the program, which is now ranked among the Top 25 public MBA programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The typical graduate of the program begins work with a base salary of more than $101,000. The program, which has approximately 100 students from Connecticut and across the world, is located in downtown Hartford at 100 Constitution Plaza.
A Connecticut native, Warren joined the UConn School of Business in 2010, and became program manager in the Graduate Career Development Office in 2011, assuming the lead in 2013. She has served as interim full-time MBA director since December 2014. Warren is completing her Master of Science degree in Organizational Psychology.
Warren has experience working with MBAs in both academic and corporate settings. Prior to coming to UConn, her career experience included managing Bain & Co.’s global MBA recruiting effort, and recruiting talent for Travelers and Mercer. Her career working with MBAs started at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she was the assistant director at the Sloan School of Management’s Career Development Office.