MS Learning and Organizational Change students and alumni are change leaders who work in diverse organizational settings and roles. They advance in their careers by leveraging the strong MSLOC network, MSLOC career services and the leadership and strategic thinking skills developed during their time in the program.
Congratulations to members of the MSLOC community who are on the move:
- Christina Pedulla (MSLOC 2015), Community Manager at Social Edge Consulting
- Stephanie Waite (MSLOC 2013), Director, Leadership & Organizational Development at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
- Whitney Wesenberg (MSLOC Student), Professional Development Specialist - Litigation at Winston & Strawn LLP
- Laura Zeligman (MSLOC Student), Manager in Assurance Transformation at PwC
- Jed Sawyer (MSLOC Student), Employee Development Specialist at Boeing
SESP graduate student Lanier Zimmer received a prestigious Luce Fellowship to work and learn in Asia over the next year. A student in the Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change program, she will begin with a language and cultural orientation this summer.
A new book by two instructors in the SESP Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change program examines what leaders who think strategically do differently. Aaron Olson (MS98) and B. K. Simerson say their book Leading with Strategic Thinking is based on their teaching at Northwestern, 35 years of consulting experience and a study of more than 300 leaders.