Publish date: July 22, 2013

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Features

Reflections on a Decade of Change
Carol Stephenson looks back on ten years of challenge and achievement, and Ivey alumni reflect on her unique leadership style and remarkable legacy.

Happy Meal
Ever thought how fun it would be to run a restaurant? Think again—it’s a tough business. But for a few skilled businesspeople, the rewards are many.

Class of 2013
Five exceptional graduates reflect on the intersection of ethics and leadership.

Vision+Generosity=Impact
It seemed insanely ambitious seven years ago, but the School has raised more than $200 million through the Ivey Campaign for Leadership. How? By creating a compelling vision and asking alumni and friends to step up. They did.

Departments

Editor's Note

Duet
Professors Jane Howell and Charlice Hurst have very different backgrounds and life experiences, but they are close collaborators and warm friends.

Ivey Buzz
What’s happening around the School and around the world.

Passions
Bill Jandrisits, HBA ’83, MBA ’90, has loved cars all his life. Now he is focused on becoming the best race car driver he can be.

Left Turn
When Julie McClure, HBA ’99, found the cure for her non-stop migraines, she built a business around it.

Your Ivey Network
Read about Ivey alumni who are just like you - hard-working, creative, successful, and committed to giving back. This section is dedicated to accelerating and amplifying the benefits of the Ivey network and connecting you to one another.

  • Chair’s Message: Ivey Alumni Association Chair Anthony Ostler, MBA ’97, implements new strategy
  • Ivey Lives Remembered: Paul Morse Bishop, HBA '64
  • The Best Thing I Learned at Ivey: Teamwork helps create NYC Hotel
  • Year in Review: The Ivey Experience
  • Paying it Forward: China Teaching Project
  • Every Donor Counts: Sarah Morgenstern, MBA ’93, steps up to serve as Chair of the Ivey Annual Fund
  • Utrecht, the Netherlands: Brenda Fischer-Campbell, MBA ’82, introduces us to her town