Graduate Programs
Graduate Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors are here to help you navigate the admissions process at Fisher and give you more information about the programs we offer. Feel free to contact them to hear a student's perspective and tips from their experience.

REQUEST TO BE CONNECTED WITH A GRADUATE AMBASSADOR BY USING THE PROGRAM SPECIFIC EMAILS BELOW:

Highlighted Ambassadors:

MBA Ambassadors Specialized Master's Ambassadors

Victoria Nordquist | MAcc AmbassadorVictoria Nordquist

Undergraduate college: University of Miami
Undergraduate major(s): Accounting & Finance
Career path interests/plans: KPMG as a Business Tax Associate after completing her MAcc
Connect With Victoria

  • Q & A with Victoria

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: I chose Fisher because of the flexible curriculum surrounding the MAcc. Over 80% of the class I take are electives, so I'm able to pick classes I enjoy and want to take.
    What surprised you the most about Fisher: The most surprising thing about Fisher is how it's literally gated around, so it's almost like a gated community.
    What class are you most looking forward to: I am most looking forward to accounting research and negotiations!
    What advice you would give to prospective students: My biggest piece of advice is to always bring your authentic self to interviews and in your essays.

Sarah CramerSarah Cramer | MHRM Ambassador

Hometown(s): Findlay, OH
Undergraduate college: Ohio University
Undergraduate major(s): Communication Studies
Career path interests/plans: Work in Talent Management to bring talented and engaged employees into the workforce.
Connect With Sarah

  • Q & A with Sarah

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: While studying Human Resource Management, I also get a broad look at the business world as well.
    What your favorite class has been so far or what class you are most looking forward to: I am look forward to my talent management class, and learning about strategic practices.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: Push yourself to be the best version of yourself and find your best fit.

Ty ChabraTy Chabra | SMF Ambassador

Hometown(s): Massachusetts
Undergraduate college: The Ohio State University
Undergraduate major(s): Finance
Career path interests/plans: Financial Analyst
Connect With Ty

  • Q & A with Ty

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: I wanted to learn from faculty who are some of the best in the field and leverage connections within the massive buckeye family.
    What class you are most looking forward to: I am looking forward to working with a real company in finance consulting practicum.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: Don't be afraid to reach out to the recruiting staff at Fisher. They are more than willing to help you out.

Mayle BarrMayle Barr | MAcc Ambassador

Hometown(s): Illinois
Undergraduate college: The Ohio State University
Undergraduate major(s): Accounting
Career path interests/plans: KPMG Business Tax Services
Connect With Mayle

  • Q & A with Mayle

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: I choose to attend Ohio State for Undergrad because of the great opportunities I would have to connect with recruiters through Fisher.
    What is the most surprising thing about Fisher? The amount of resources and support offered to students in regards to academics, career development, and extra-curricular activities.
    What class are you most looking forward to: I am very excited for my accounting research class because I think that will explore an area of accounting I’ve never learned about.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: Take advantage of every opportunity to develop yourself both professionally and personally.

Daniel CastleberryDaniel Castleberry | MAcc Ambassador

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Connect With Daniel

  • Q & A with Daniel

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: The prestige of the Fisher College of Business attracted me, I felt confident that completing a graduate program here would provide the best foundation for a successful career.
    What class are you most looking forward to: I am looking forward to a mergers and acquisitions elective, this space interests me and I believe it compliments accounting knowledge well for my professional career.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: It is never to early to begin exploring graduate programs! The earlier to begin the search process the more manageable it is to look at many programs and see what each offers.

Traci GillenTraci Gillen | MHRM Ambassador

Hometown(s): New Jersey
Undergraduate college: The Ohio State University
Undergraduate major(s): Psychology
Connect With Traci

  • Q & A with Traci

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: I chose Fisher because I was attracted to an HR program that sits within a business school, and being an Ohio State undergrad I already knew how amazing OSU is and did not want to leave!
    What class are you most looking forward to: I am looking forward to hopefully taking a coaching course at Fisher.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: My advice is to take it one day at a time! It can be overwhelming at times but totally manageable. Also remembering that you know more than you think you do and to be confident in your work!

Kema CropperKema Cropper | MHRM Ambassador

Hometown(s): Virginia
Undergraduate college: Christopher Newport University
Undergraduate major(s): Psychology

Connect With Kema

  • Q & A with Kema

    Why you chose/what you like most about Fisher: I chose Fisher at Ohio State because of the diversity of candidates the program accepts. I knew I could benefit by being surrounded with a cohort of all different backgrounds. Also with OSU being a big university, Fisher seemed to have it's community within the campus.
    What class are you most looking forward to: I look forward to taking Dr. Cynthia Turner's Diversity and Inclusion class.
    What advice you would give to prospective students: As a prospective candidate, I would say be prepared for change and also to be overwhelmed the first few weeks.