MBA Alumna in the News
Before Bloom, Brennan was manufacturing vice president at Nissan and “one of the highest-ranking women in North American auto production,” according to the article.
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“Brennan's early jobs included assisting research for a university breast cancer study in Texas, but morphed into an increasingly cutting-edge business career after she earned a master's degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska. Management positions with an automotive industry supplier and Ford Motor Co. followed, where she was director of Global Manufacturing Business office.”
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Brennan received the CBA Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award in 2009. In addition to an MBA, she has a bachelor’s in microbiology from the University of Illinois.
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