Today’s blog post is about second year MBA student Ronald Falcon. I have known Ronald for many years (well before business school) and this is a story that I was excited to be a part of. Ronald is a trained pilot and has been flying Boothies (or anyone brave enough) around the Midwest while working on his MBA. I have been lucky to participate in a few of these flights. The views of the Chicago skyline and the cool people you meet across the state are Booth memories I will hold onto forever. I hope you enjoy the video.
About Ronald: Before Booth, Ronald was an aerospace engineer, business owner, and musician. He has degrees in music (bachelor’s) and aerospace engineering (bachelor’s and master’s). He enjoys serving his community as a search and rescue pilot with the Civil Air Patrol. During the summer, Ronald earned a scholarship to work as an investment banking associate for a bulge bracket bank in their Technology/Media/Telecom (TMT) coverage group. After successfully completing his internship, Ronald decided to pursue a leadership position with Burger King in Miami, Florida.