Though Matt Cunningham left the U.S. Coast Guard’s active duty in May 2008, he’s still a member of the Reserves and works for a retired Coast Guard officer. “I can’t get enough of the Coast Guard, basically,” he laughs.
"During my tenure I’ve worked on many combined arms operations -- which are joint operations between the different military branches," says Thao Thompson (MBA ’11).
Major Joseph Edwards (MBA ’07) chose the entrepreneurship concentration while completing his MBA at Kogod. “That might seem a little ironic for someone employed by one of the largest employers in the country,” he admits.
In Japan, Mike Cornacchione oversaw more than 50 Marines at a facility where aircraft were inspected and repaired.
Alumnus Jim Baker has two degrees from American University's Kogod School of Business and a third doctoral degree from the University of Texas at Austin. But Baker's reluctant to praise himself.
Under the leadership of Alexandra Saary, KSB/BSBA ’04, a new alumni chapter will be launched in Germany. It will be the eighth international chapter recognized by the university and will serve the 129 American University alumni who call Germany home.