Student Profile - Ana Milicevic
EMBA Class of
Ana Milicevic is head of integrated marketing for Analog Devices, where she leads a global team responsible for the $6B Analog Devices brand marketing and communications strategies across all 15 business units, ranging from automotive to healthcare. Before making the transition into the tech industry, Ana led consumer packaged goods brand businesses for Procter & Gamble, Carlsberg and Danone. For Danone (Dannon) U.S., she led the $216M Stonyfield brand, driving strategy, innovation and communications. Prior to leaving Europe for the U.S., Ana spent the bulk of her career at Procter & Gamble in a number of leadership roles, including leading the Duracell business for nine European countries.
Why This Program?
“I wanted an MBA to move beyond leading brand businesses and marketing teams into senior general management roles. I wanted to round out my skills and get cutting edge tools and frameworks based on the latest research in the science of management and an evidence-based approach to business issues. I also liked the profile of the cohort. The program does a great job getting the right mix of experienced students who can both learn from and teach each other. I can’t think of any other program that offers this type of refreshment for mid-career professionals. Finally, Boston is the number one city for tech startups in the U.S. and it is exciting to be part of this entrepreneurial ecosystem at MIT and in the Boston area.”