Meet John Pinkster, B.B.A.’11, a computer information systems graduate who is now a vice president of engineering at Maestro. Pinkster is included in the inaugural Haworth College of Business 30 Under 30 publication for doing extraordinary things in business in the short time since graduation.
When Sage Sackett graduated from high school, her vision for the future included studying chemical engineering and pursuing a related career. But three years into an engineering degree, she found herself enjoying technology courses the most. Sackett declared a business analytics major and immersed herself in all that the Haworth College of Business has to offer through the Business Prep for Transfer Students course and found her home in the college.
A group of Broncos ventured to Silicon Valley to learn more about careers in tech. The trip gives students the opportunity to explore career opportunities in Silicon Valley and beyond and learn from hands-on experience by interacting with leaders within the tech community.
Senior Brandon Buxton had his college career disrupted after suffering from a health crisis. After needing to take some time off to recover and spending several weeks in in the hospital, he realized that he wanted to make a difference in the healthcare industry.