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Executive MBA Fund
The Executive MBA Fund provides unrestricted and much-needed support to our Executive MBA Program, helping address the program's most pressing needs and sustain its high level of excellence.
Investing in the Executive MBA Fund helps the School better serve current and future generations of Executive MBA students. Every gift has an impact, and high alumni participation rates reflect both confidence in Columbia's mission and pride in our network.
There are a variety of ways for Executive MBA alumni to get involved with the program and current students. We welcome all alumni to come back to campus, to speak with EMBA students, serve as mentors, and provide career advice. Your participation only helps to enhance the student experience and strengthens our alumni community.
Contributions to the Columbia Business Fund and the Executive MBA Fund continue to grow from year to year, reflecting the outstanding support of our generous alumni.
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Maher at email@example.com or 212-854-4651.
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