ALUMNA BECOMES U.S. TREASURER

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President Donald Trump named Jovita Carranza (MBA ’02), a graduate of the School’s Executive MBA program, as the U.S. treasurer. Her signature will eventually join that of Trump’s Treasury Secretary on paper money printed during her time in the position. Carranza’s appointment does not require Senate approval.

Carranza is the founder of JCR Group, which provides services to  companies and non-governmental organizations. She previously served as deputy administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration under President George W. Bush and was a member of Trump’s National Hispanic Advisory Council. Before that, Carranza had a long career at United Parcel Service, where she started as a part-time night-shift box handler and worked her way up to president of Latin America and Caribbean operations (she was the highest-ranking Latina in company history).

 

Spring 2017
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