There are many ways in life to approach a problem. And any different approach can give a different solution. My problem: I wanted to experience every culture in the world. My solution: Thunderbird. For those of you who don’t know, the Thunderbird School of Global Management (now part of ASU) has been consistently ranked the #1

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My World Tour

27th of June, 2015

There are many ways in life to approach a problem. And any different approach can give a different solution. My problem: I wanted to experience every culture in the world. My solution: Thunderbird.

For those of you who don’t know, the Thunderbird School of Global Management (now part of ASU) has been consistently ranked the #1 International MBA in the world. It’s also located in Glendale, Arizona, my own backyard for the past few years.

I know God put me in Arizona for a couple of reasons. One was to be a Cardinal. The other was to be a T-bird. It’s hard to say in words what Thunderbird has meant to me (which is why I’m glad we have this video) but I’m just glad that a few people – namely Max, Tania, Deanne, Gbemi, Paula, many faculty, staff, family, and friends – made my time there memorable.

Two and a half years later, I finished what I started. And I couldn’t be happier. I became a global leader without even leaving my backyard – besides the time I went to Hong Kong and Singapore for a class four days after our playoff game! Well, that’s Thunderbird for you!

Watch and enjoy.

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