Executive MBA student unpacks his global perspective as a Latino in business | MSUToday


Michigan State University and the Broad College of Business welcome students who come from all over the world and bring with them their unique experience, but not all travel at the same frequency. Passionate about being a Spartan, Frank Cano Aristondo travels from Peru to East Lansing every month to be part of the Executive MBA program.

Cano has over a decade of supply chain management and project management experience under its belt. He obtained his undergraduate degree in industrial engineering and a master’s degree in supply chain management in Peru and abroad, in Spain. Working in 10 Latin American countries, his long-term professional goal is to become a regional manager in a leading multinational whose competitive advantage is supply chain.

Previously, he focused on improving his technical knowledge, but he recognized that an EMBA would put him on the path to becoming a regional manager, giving him the skills to grow his supply chain career. to the general management. Cano was convinced that MSU would be the place for him to make this transformation and became the first Peruvian student to be part of the EMBA program, via the Flex option.

Cano talks about his passion for MSU and the value of having diverse experiences and a global perspective in business at large.msu.edu.

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