Tuck’s alumni have an incredibly diverse array of skills and interests. Our Best Practices section offers practical tips from alumni experts on a range of business and life skills.
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Gail Goodman T'87 on Small Businesses Using Online Marketing Tools
After gaining experience at several software startups, Gail Goodman T'87 launched her own in 1999. As CEO of the online marketing company Constant Contact, she has helped more than half a million small business customers—and counting—navigate a rapidly evolving industry.
Roger C. Hochschild T'90 on Moving Into Management
Since 2004, Roger Hochschild T'90 has served as the president and chief operating officer of Discover Financial Services, where he is responsible for the operations, marketing and technology for the company's direct banking and payments businesses.
Rick Bertasi T’88 on Managing a Global Team
As Managing Director, Global Head of Corporate Real Estate & Services for Deutsche Bank, London-based Rick Bertasi T’88 is responsible for the workspace and services for more than 100,000 employees in 72 countries.
Mike Carusi T'93 on Networking
As a general partner at the health care venture capital firm Advanced Technology Ventures, Mike Carusi T’93 trades on information.
Pitching Your Idea, with Richard Tait T’88
Richard Tait T’88 knows what it’s like to sweat it out before making a big pitch. After a successful career at Microsoft Corp., he co-founded board game company Cranium Inc. in 1998 and sold it to Hasbro Inc. a decade later for $77.5 million.