Month: March 2016

Stay in Contact with the Thuraya SatSleeve Hotspot

Staying in contact while traveling across the remote and inaccessible reaches of our globe is an issue I’ve (fortunately) been faced with quite often over the last few years. Between multiple Antarctic deployments, a myriad of open ocean sailing expeditions, and the usual stream of backcountry and alpine mountaineering adventures, sometimes it seems like I’m …

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Justice: What’s the Right Thing To Do?

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be going through Harvard Professor Michael Sandel’s  Ethics and Morality course “Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do”. It’s part of my University of Denver MBA program’s Executive Leadership class, and I’m glad that we’re incorporating so many high quality resources into our overall curriculum. Justice: What’s the …

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Application Essays and Starting My MBA at University of Denver

Starting this spring, I’ll be attending the University of Denver Daniels College of Business Executive MBA Program in order to earn my Master of Business Administration graduate degree. It’s an 18-month long program, in a small cohort experienced professionals. Applying for MBA programs, and making my ultimate selection was not an easy process. I took both …

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