London-based alumni are amazed by the theater production, and acting, of one of their own.
I am normally not surprised by the diversity of backgrounds of Wharton MBAs. But a Buddhist monk turned banker?
Undergrads immerse themselves in the culture, and demographic issues, of Portugal and Morocco through the Wharton International Program.
A recent grad organized a pan-European reunion for his classmates to the Champagne region of France.
Femi Ayeni, WG’85, has built a media empire in Nigeria and aims to grow it with education and the Internet in mind.
A diverse community of Wharton alumni is involved in exciting ventures in finance, agribusiness, hospitality and more in Kenya.
Alumni convene for a capstone meeting of the Wharton Club of Germany and Austria and provide an example for other clubs of how reconnecting is done.
Another Wharton alumni club in Europe gains momentum as members gather to learn about wines from Cotes du Rhone, Bordeaux and Burgundy, and reminisce.
Europe’s alumni clubs come together in Loire for culture, cuisine and personal connections.
Diego Litjmaer, WG’08, applies his Wharton knowledge toward building a better nightlife with startup Bacanal.
How one alumnus is making a positive social impact with an innovative, global company.
As alumnus Joe Lichtenberger, WG’00, demonstrates, the Wharton Alumni community in Germany is alive and well.
Gael de Pontbriand, WG’74, exemplifies the global connection among alumni.