Tonya Marie Hoopes, Strategic Advisor, MBA
Ms. Tonya Hoopes owns an events’ management firm. During the past 5 years, Tonya has received recognition and awards by national media for her expertise in planning. She received her Master’s of Business Administration degree from the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University in Houston, Texas.
During her academic career, Ms. Hoopes volunteered to serve as the National Student Director for the National Association of Women MBAs. In the fall of 2007, she became the Executive Director of NAWMBA. In that role, she worked to greatly expand the reach of NAWMBA with female business students and professionals across the country. Tonya also built the organization of women business leaders relationships with outside corporations.
KNOWS MBA FOR WOMEN
Tonya has first-hand experience and knowledge of how best to obtain an MBA as a woman. Through her knowledge and skill set she learned as an MBA, Tonya has been able to build a successful business while managing both her career and personal life.
HELPING OTHER WOMEN ADVANCE
Tonya believes the number of women leaders in U.S. corporations and global companies is on the rise and wants to facilitate their participation, preparation and throughput. She is committed to sharing her lessons and helping other women succeed through business education and careers.
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Gregory Eisenbarth, Executive Director
There are several reasons why Greg joined Women MBA. Most have to do with the strong impact many women have had in his life. Greg committed to Women MBA as tribute to many of these amazing women and because he wants the women they help through this program to have even greater opportunities.
In chronological order:
– His great grandmother was the matriarch of her family. He remembers her well and fondly as a strong, opinionated woman.
– His grandmother’s husband died at a very young age. She never remarried and raised her family of three children all by herself.
– His Mom was the decision maker and leader of his family growing up.
– Greg’s older sister was, and is, a much more of a positive influence on him than his older brother.
– One of the first CEOs Greg worked with in a Fortune 500 company was a woman. She taught him many important aspects of business and was instrumental in the development of his career.