MBA Open Innovation Fellows

The Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation brings together scholars and practitioners—from executives to students— to understand Open Innovation and overcome the unique challenges of openly innovating in large enterprises. Address corporate innovation challenges through both theory and practice. Help corporations implement and share innovation solutions through our Berkeley Innovation Forum and events.

2019 MBA Open Innovation Fellows

Adam Joseph

Program: FTMBA
Graduation Year: 2021

 

Adam Joseph is a first-year Berkeley Haas student studying the intersection of technology commercialization and human-centered design. He comes to Haas after 2+ years at IDEO, the world’s leading design and innovation firm, helping incumbent organizations to build cultures and capabilities on innovation. Prior to IDEO, Adam spent 18 months at Mongolia’s oldest investment bank, working alongside development finance institutions like the IFC to invest in Mongolian businesses. He holds a B.A. in Global Development from the University of Virginia, where he studied as a Jefferson Scholar.

Michelle Jiang

Program: FTMBA
Graduation Year: 2021

 

Michelle Jiang is a FTMBA 21′ candidate at UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business. Born and raised in Shanghai, she was graduated from Fudan University, majoring in Psychology. Before Haas, she has been working in China’s largest e-commerce platforms including Alibaba and Meituan-Dianping for 7 years as Product Manager, experienced in eCommerce and New-Retails industry. Michelle is passionate about leveraging the power of technology, especially internet, to help more people to live better.

Murch Ewings

Program: FTMBA
Graduation Year: 2021

 

Murch is a full-time MBA student in his first year of the program at UC Berkeley Haas fascinated by technology and the accelerating pace at which traditional business models are being disrupted by it. Throughout his time at Deloitte and PwC, Murch worked on audit and consulting engagements spanning venture capital, private equity, technology, and banking industries. He ultimately shifted his focus from doing this work to reimagining and actually building technologies that are transforming the way this work gets done. Murch is a CPA and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Suffolk University, where he studied as a Griffin Honors Scholar and graduated top of his class.

Nabil Ganouni

Program: BHGAP
Graduation Year: 2020

 

Nabil is a full time Berkeley Haas Global Access Program student. Born and raised in Marrakesh, Morocco. Before Haas, Nabil graduated from EDHEC Business School in Paris and Sungkyunkwan Graduate School of Business in Seoul, majoring in Business Management. He also worked at Mazars in Casablanca and Société Generale in Paris as a Data Consultant. Nabil is currently interested in Global Economic Transformation, Technology, and concepts transforming the world of business.

Tian Wang

Program: FTMBA
Graduation Year: 2021

 

Tian Wang is a first-year student at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. Prior to Haas, Tian worked as a Technology consultant in Telecommunication, Media, and CPG industries at Ernst & Young in both Los Angeles and Sydney, Australia. She is passionate about how technology connects people and changes the way we interact with each other. Tian holds a B.S in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.