The Mays MasterCast is the flagship podcast of Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. We share insights into how business and business school works while sharing our culture and lives with listeners. Our guests include current students, professors, alumni, and friends of the university who have distinguished themselves in the business world. In every episode, our hope is to find counter-intuitive insight, vulnerability, and humor. Our goal is to be the world’s premier business school podcast.

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Episode 120: Liz Beechinor

What do you stand for? ⚖️

Please welcome the President and Founder of Coefficient Marketing, Liz Beechinor! Liz tells how any organization can nail their website launch for clients and from within, her trek through the zombie apocalypse, and how she was able to work abroad! ✈️ We appreciate Liz giving us her time and hope you enjoy the episode! Watch now!⬇️

Episode 119: Jessica Rubie

Are you satisfied with your work/life balance?🧘💤🏃‍♀️

Please welcome the Executive Director of Flourish right here at TAMU, Jessica Rubie! Jessica speaks on the well-being and burnout epidemic, the difficulties of the transition into management, and ditching the policy perspective. What changes would you like to see from your employer?

Watch now!⬇️

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Episode 118: Hollie Castro

What do you expect Gen-Z to accomplish? 🤔

Please welcome the Global Operating Executive in Talent, ESG, and culture at Yeti, Hollie Castro! Hollie talks about the big expectations of Gen-Z, what Yeti's culture thrives on and why you shouldn't ever burn your bridges! How many jobs have you had?

“Go Slow Enough So you Can Go Fast” -Hollie Castro Watch now!⬇️

Episode 117: `Jon Jasperson

"The ways we educate from here on out will never be the same." - `Jon Jasperson

Please welcome the Assistant Dean of Learning Transformation & Academic Technology at Mays Business School, `Jon Jasperson! `Jon shares the new realities felt across campus. Students are now taking classes in 5 different ways and faculty are having to make adjustments on the fly. We appreciate everyone for all of their hard work this past year and we salute all of the students as they wrap up another historic semester. Watch now!

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