Baylor Business Hosts 11th National MBA Case Competition in Ethical LeadershipNov. 30, 2017
Winning MBA team from University of Pittsburgh
by Dresden Hale
Baylor University hosted MBA students from across the nation to compete in the Dale P. Jones Business Ethics Forum’s 11th Annual National MBA Case Competition. The competition took place November 9 -10, 2017.
First place and $5,000 was awarded to the University of Pittsburgh, comprised of team members Shohreh Behrouzi, Mariah Fosnight, Joseph Grasso, and Elizabeth Russo.
Second place and $1,200 went to Brigham Young University, with team members Lisa Barahona, Charles Nwaokobia, Christine Rasquina, and Swathi Veeradhi.
Coming in third place and winning $1,000 was the team from Purdue University, with team members Jason Alleger, Megan Spencer, Austin Strong, and Seth Wright.
Best Presenters were Alex Lester from Iowa State University, Esha Gupta from the University of Minnesota, and Taylor Roberts from Louisiana State University.
Best Q&A went to Jordan Stolle from Baylor University, Anthony Coccaro from Texas Christian University, and Daniel Robinson from Auburn University.
The purpose of the competition is to advance the development of ethical leaders through experiential learning and to recognize and promote MBA students and their programs for participation in a national case competition in ethical leadership.