Kemjika Emecheta, is an Alumno of the Global MBA in BBS, track Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses, now senior BA in a project team that ensures the end-to-end implementation of the business and regulatory projects, in full alignment with BNPP Finance strategy.
«My professional goal is to see myself grow into becoming a global leader in the world of Data analytics focused more on cloud based analytics». Kemjika Emecheta
What is your career path?
My career path has been in the line of Business Intelligence and Analytics focusing mainly on data analytics involving businesses.
Why did you decide to continue your education and how did you choose BBS?
Developing myself continuously has always been what motivates me in life thus what drove me to continue my education. Choosing BBS was baseborn my search to schools that gave me a widely options in the MBA program of which BBS happened to be one of them.
What skills did the Master provide you with and how did you apply them in your work?
The Master provided me with the business Analytical skillset of being commercially aware, focus driven with a rich business acumen.
Applying this to my work life was more into engaging in consistent process improvement by applying my knowledge of data analysis and management to good use in whatever environment or business I found myself in to ensure my team and I always struck a balance between the customer and the business success.
What are your next professional goals?
My professional goal is to see myself grow into becoming a global leader in the world of Data analytics focused more on cloud based analytics, as we dive into more computational data and the need to have them stored in cloud is becoming a norm.
What is the added value of being part of the BBS Community?
It gives one a wider range of networking with the rich Alumni community it has achieved for itself over the years that can stem the path to a greater synergy into bridging the gap in knowledge transfer and awareness at large.
What would you advise a BBS student to do?
I would advise them to always think outside the box and what comes next outside BBS, grow their network while in class and not focus more on grades, but rather on the technical plus practical skillset they can muster during their time at BBS.
The world out there isn’t theorical but keen on hands on skills which cannot be substituted for anything.