On Wednesday, April 29, join Rami Elghandour ENG’01 in a virtual discussion with young alumni and graduating seniors who are entering and navigating the workforce during this time of crisis. Elghandour will share his experience of receiving both his bachelor’s degree and MBA during recessions, the lessons he learned, and how he achieved success despite graduating at such challenging times.
Rami is an engineer, venture capitalist and CEO who’s making a positive impact through his work and leadership. Rami built one of the most successful medical technology companies and established a culture recognized for its diversity. Rami earned recognition as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year, as one of the top CEOs in the U.S. and as one of the top CEOs for women and diversity. Rami is a recipient of the Bill Campbell award by Watermark, a leading women's organization, for his influence, impact, and advocacy in promoting women and women's issues. Rami has been a keynote speaker, a TEDx speaker, and currently serves as a start up advisor, a guest lecturer, and as a national judge for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year program.
Rami received an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rutgers University School of Engineering.