Student Profile - Stefany Shaheen
EMBA Class of
Stefany Shaheen co-founded, was chief operating officer, and is now president of Good Measures, LLC, a company that is revolutionizing the delivery of behavior change and lifestyle support for people living with nutrition sensitive medical conditions. Her company was awarded a suite of patents in the area of personalized nutrition analysis and recommendations by the U.S Patent Office in 2013, and Stefany is a named inventor. She serves on the Board of Trustees for Joslin Diabetes Center, world-renowned for deep expertise in diabetes treatment and research. Stefany also served as the national chair of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Children’s Congress and is currently on the Foundation’s Advocacy Committee. A NY Times best-selling author, Shaheen wrote, Elle & Coach: Diabetes, the Fight for my Daughter’s Life, and the Dog Who Changed Everything.
Why This Program?
As an entrepreneur and business person, it was clear to me that the analytical training and tools provided by an MBA are invaluable. The EMBA format worked for my schedule, as I couldn’t step away from my business for a full-time program. I came to MIT because of its reputation, and to MIT Sloan because of its commitment to excellence in business management. I am happy to be at MIT Sloan because of the remarkable people I have the privilege of sitting next to in class. I also liked how the EMBA program provides a balance of immersive study on campus with immediate application of knowledge and tools at work. An additional benefit is that students can be part of the MIT ecosystem and its emphasis on entrepreneurship.