Students from the Weatherhead School of Management and Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences competed in the 2017 Net Impact Case Competition. They tackled a case that addressed real-world issues around sustainability and business.
On February 17th and 18th, four Case graduate students competed in the national Net Impact Case Competition hosted by Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This year's challenge focused on addressing a robust mental health change model within an organization through financial, social and managerial lenses.
Twenty executives served as judges for the competition, which serves as a great opportunity to bring together students, executives, and businesses that share a common commitment to sustainable business practices and financial returns. Get the full recap here.
Case's team included students from five total different disciplines, making it one of the more diverse teams in the entire competition. Congratulations to them all!
Bahaa'eddine Takieddine – Master Engineering Management (MEM), Weatherhead School of Management
Sarah Surna – Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) & Master of Public Health (MPH), Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Mark McIntyre – Master of Business Administration (MBA), Weatherhead School of Management
Muyiwa Oni – 2nd year Master of Business Administration (MBA), Weatherhead School of Management
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