Originally posted by Scott A.E. Smith.
Sean Sinclair is on exchange at Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, but he managed to have a chat across the pond with Christie Lang, who recently returned to campus from her Corporate Residency with Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI).
Christie was elected by her peers as the Dalhousie MBA Society President for 2012-2013, a role in which she is thriving today. Just last week, she spoke at a special ceremony announcing the christening of the former School of Business Administration as the Kenneth C. Rowe School of Business, modelling a brand-new Rowe School of Business sweater and presenting Mr. Rowe with a gift signed by many of the school’s students.
Christie Lang, the Dalhousie MBA Society 2012-2013 President, noted curling fanatic, and recent NSBI Corporate Analyst. Can you start off by telling us something that we don’t know about you?
A fun fact about me that very few people know is that I can play the drums on Rock Band like it’s no one’s business! However, my musicality is definitely limited to rhythm as I am, quite probably, the most tone-deaf singer you will ever meet. And unfortunately for me (or them, depending on your perspective), there are quite a few of my classmates who would attest to that fact!
Describe the path that led you to pursue a Corporate Residency MBA degree from Dalhousie.