Poets and Quants: Lindner online MBA student recognized

Amanda Cardoso Moyeno is the social media manager for the Fort Hamilton Community Spouses Foundation

University of Cincinnati student Amanda Cardoso Moyeno was recognized by Poets & Quants as a “2022 Best & Brightest Online MBA” honoree.

Moyeno, social media manager for the Fort Hamilton Community Spouses Foundation, studied business administration at Faculdade Visconde de Cairu in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Moyeno told Poets & Quants that UC's Carl H. Lindner College of Business’s online MBA program provides her with the “opportunity to invest in myself and my family.”


Amanda Cardoso Moyeno, MBA ’22.

“This program aligns perfectly with my lifestyle and provides the high-quality education that I desired from an online MBA program,” said Moyeno, who is in a military family and moves every one to two years.

Moyeno, who eventually wants to be an e-commerce marketing director, was promoted during her time in the program.

“After the successful social media marketing campaign I launched, I was promoted as our foundation’s social media chair and social media marketing manager,” Moyeno said.

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