Poets & Quants: Lindner student receives online MBA honor
Trey Quealy is a category supply planner for Procter & Gamble
Trey Quealy, MBA ’23, has been named by Poets & Quants as a “2022 Best & Brightest Online MBA” honoree.
Quealy, a category supply planner for Procter & Gamble Co.'s North America Fabric Care Bounce, Downy, and Gain Dryer Sheets team, moved to Cincinnati in 2019. He told Poets & Quants he knew the University of Cincinnati was the appropriate fit for him after learning more about the Carl H. Lindner College of Business’s online MBA program.
“Completing my MBA online from UC has allowed me to prioritize my full-time job, maintain a social life with friends and family as well as thrive in an impressive business professional community,” Quealy said.
The Pittsburgh native’s favorite part about Lindner’s online MBA program is how “supportive and engaging the other students have been.” Quealy also noted how “prepared and technologically advanced the professors were.”
“From interactive and collaborative group projects to cutting-edge presentations in front of green screens, my professors exceeded my (high) expectations through only teaching from online platforms,” Quealy said.
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