Kaitlyn Neises-Mocanu




United States





Kaitlyn grew up in an American farming community before pursuing a degree in Anthropology. She spent the last decade living in the Northern Mariana Islands working in public health and health care for the local government. Kaitlyn is passionate about maximizing business to solve social problems, especially for rural communities.

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Posted by: on July 26, 2022

Finding comfort in discomfort

Until I started researching business schools, the term “impact” exclusively recalled nebulous 90s action films. “Impact” in business school means there is some objective, usually linked to people or planet, which is not exclusively bound to maximizing shareholder value. I learned that from a business perspective, my entire career has been in “impact”, so I […]

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Posted by: on December 13, 2021

Life as a Mom.B.A.

As my section was trying to wrap their heads around the Capital Asset Pricing Model, I felt myself float far outside my zone of comfort. It felt amazing. It felt like true growth. Growth characterizes my first term at the Oxford Saïd MBA program. Bouncing around from class to Union debates, panel discussions of Oxford […]

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Posted by: on September 13, 2021

Meet the Oxford MBA Class of 2021-22: Kaitlyn Neises-Mocanu

We are excited to welcome the Oxford MBA Class of 2021-22 to Oxford this September. Get to know our incoming students in this blog post series as they prepare to join Saïd Business School. Tell us about yourself Sector/Industry you worked in pre-MBA: Government, Public Health/Healthcare Sector/Industry you are hoping to work in post-MBA: Government or Non-Profit, Health […]

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