Student Profile - Sharon Goh
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Sharon Goh is the senior manager for Global Software Stability and Integration for Amazon Robotics, a subsidiary of Amazon.com. Sharon develops and executes strategic programs that maximize uptime for the robotic solution used by Amazon.com fulfillment centers. She oversees the integration and rollout of new innovations to Amazon’s robotic fleet. At Amazon, Sharon has created scalable solutions for robotic integration, from site launches to global technical support. Prior to Amazon Robotics, Sharon was a director at a cloud-based warehouse management system start-up. She also worked on supply chain programs and launches with retailers, such as Macy’s, The Home Depot, and Tiffany’s.
Why This Program?
I had been interested in MBA programs for several years, but didn’t have time for school because I was helping to grow a startup and later taking on a new position at Amazon Robotics. However, as I began managing a bigger global team, I realized that a business education was necessary to build on my skills to get to the next level in my career. I came to this program because of the world-renowned reputations of MIT and MIT Sloan. I also appreciated the Action Learning aspect, which would allow me to apply what I learn in class immediately in my job. I knew this would be a worthwhile investment in myself and it would give me the tools to think about things in a different way.