Roberto Fiorentino Ferreyros MBA’22 has been named to Poets&Quants’ list of the 100 Best & Brightest MBAs for the Class of 2022.
Now in its eighth year, the Best & Brightest MBAs list celebrates students who are “the voice of their peers and the spirit of their institutions.” They are described as “problem-solvers who didn’t blink in situations where there was neither roadmap nor resources. They just made it happen.”
That certainly applies to Fiorentino, who was a general manager at Dátil Technologies in his native Lima, Peru, before attending Babson, which he chose because “the entrepreneurial mindset can help you create a business or be disruptive inside a well-established company.”
In his Poets&Quants profile, he wrote, “Babson students think differently. When we approach a problem, we analyze it; we take a step back to understand what the origin of the problem is. We do not jump into a rational solution but rather create at least five impossible to achieve ones and then we get to work.”
Last year, Nathalya Mamane MBA’21 was named to the 100 Best & Brightest MBAs for the Class of 2021. Mamane recently won the B.E.T.A. (Babson Entrepreneurial Thought & Action®) Challenge with her venture, RT Microfluidics. She also was named one of eight finalists in the MIT $100K Launch entrepreneurship competition, where she is pitching Wednesday.
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