Learn about Anthony Bulaclac's experience as a student at UC Davis, who chose to pursue an MBA to gain supplementary skills to maximize his impact on his community.
- Name: Anthony L. Bulaclac, Jr.
Business School: University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management
Originally From: Victorville, California (Born in the Philippines)
- Where did you previously work?
I was a U.S. Army officer and I earned a mechanical engineering degree from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. As a company commander and battalion operations officer in the U.S. Army, my responsibilities included managing support for sensitive aviation operations throughout the world, including commanding an Unmanned Aerial System company that provided aerial exploitation in support of U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan.
Q: How did you choose your MBA program? What are your program’s greatest assets?
A: I chose to pursue an MBA from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management (GSM) because of the school’s close knit community, world-class faculty and support staff. The relatively small size of the UC Davis MBA program allows students to develop close and strong bonds with each other and with faculty and staff who get to know you by name. The GSM’s support staff who focused on our student experience are among the most knowledgeable and caring professionals I have ever met. On top of the prime location in Northern California, the tight-knit and very supportive community of highly collaborative students, faculty, staff and alumni is the strongest asset that sets the UC Davis MBA program apart from the rest.
Q: What have been the biggest challenges of pursuing your MBA?
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