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Andrew Donsbach | Baylor University Chapter
Andrew is a founding member of our Smith Soc Baylor chapter and recently embarked on our Scotland trek. He is a full-time MBA candidate at the Hankamer School of Business with a concentration in marketing. At Baylor, Andrew serves as a Business Plan Advisor for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program and President of the Graduate Business Association. He also works as a Marketing Graduate Assistant for Baylor Campus Recreation and the Office of Career Management.
What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn from your resume alone?
I'm a die-hard St. Louis Cardinals fan and could tell you almost any fact you would ever want to know about them.
Name something you’ve gained from your membership in the Adam Smith Society that you feel like you could not have gotten elsewhere in your MBA program.
One of the greatest advantages I see in being a part of the Adam Smith Society comes in the form of networking. Since launching the Baylor chapter, I have had the opportunity to meet and become friends with incredible people from all over the world—including Scotland, just this past weekend!
NASA sends you to colonize a new planet, but you can only take 3 books: one on political & economic philosophy to help start the govt., one business book to guide entrepreneurs, & a work of fiction to keep everyone entertained. What do you take and why?
1. Political & Economic: Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman
2. Business: Grit by Angela Duckworth
3. Entertainment: The Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth
Watch Andrew's testimonial from our Scotland Trek below: