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Amar Kumar (MBA 2010) SVP, Pearson n our first semester at HBS we studied a case on relationship building—something about blue lines and red lines, and how it is critical to make sure you are being really thoughtful about the relationships you foster within an organization.
“But as you get older, you learn that the line between success and failure is razor thin, oftentimes invisible.” Currently executive-in-residence at venture capital firm Accel Partners after selling his latest startup to Dropbox, Carpenter is the protagonist of another case coauthored by Eisenmann and Alison Berkley Wagonfeld (MBA 1996).
Re: Alex Nelson (MBA 2010); Alison Wagonfeld (MBA 1996); Christina Wallace (MBA 2010); Marty Manley (MBA 1987); Amar Kumar (MBA 2010); Jeff Jenest (MBA 1978); Alan Horn (MBA 1971); Bob Capria (MBA 1969); Julia Kastner (MBA 2012); Charmaine Kyle (MBA 1999); Ken Towl (MBA 1977); Frank Magwegwe (AMP 185); Barry Rowan (MBA 1983); Michael Gingrich (MBA 2007); Mike Enriquez (MBA 1977); Lara Hodgson (MBA 1998); Chuck Stoddard (MBA 1969); Philip Ebeling (AMP 185); Berry Versfeld (MBA 1973); John Sweeney (MBA 1969); Jim Arbury (MBA 1966); Thomas Eisenmann; Shikhar Ghoshomplete and utter defeat was something Christina Wallace (MBA 2010) had never really experienced.
Academically advanced and musically gifted, she attended Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Academy before earning a double major in math and theater from Emory University, where she graduated with 40 percent more credits than required.
Her experience, painstakingly recounted in a case coauthored by Professor Tom Eisenmann and researcher Liza Mizzanti, is under discussion by first-year students in The Entrepreneurial Manager.
Wallace has the opportunity to offer a firsthand perspective and listen as her decision points and missteps are dissected and role-played in excruciating detail.