Charlotte Nuber, a recent graduate from the MBA program at Webster Geneva Campus, was awarded membership of the prestigious Scholar Network of the Committee of 200 (C200) at a conference held in St. Louis on Nov. 7. She competed with almost 100 Webster students from locations across the Webster network to win this honor, only one of five available. Applicants had to be "an outstanding female student enrolled in the MBA program at Webster University who exemplify extraordinary leadership potential, entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to supporting other women."
Dr. Krista J. Saral, who helped Charlotte with her application for the award, said, "Charlotte is an exceptional student whom I have had privilege of teaching in the MBA. She has a natural intellectual curiosity that stimulates classroom discussion and raises the overall academic level of each class she participates in. This award is an excellent opportunity for both C200 to gain valuable new, energetic talent through Charlotte and for her to gain from the expertise of a network of established female businesswomen."
On her return to Geneva Charlotte said, "The award represents for me the reward of years of hard work and effort, but I see it as an award destined to all Webster faculty and staff who made me become the scholar and the person I am today. The teachers, advisors, the career services, as well as the administration always gave me the tools to grow both on an academic and personal level. I would like to say a special thank you to Krista J. Saral who wrote an outstanding recommendation for me and who helped me write my application. She has been a great teacher, an inspiring mentor, and a role model for her smartness, attitude and her sense of humor."
More information about the C200 and this award can be found on Webster Today.