Anne VanderMey is a B-schools writer at BusinessWeek.

Previously, VanderMey was a reporter at the Hartford Courant. She has written an analysis of the role of the youth vote in the Presidential election, an exposÉ on student plagiarism, even a piece about living like a rock star that required her to sneak backstage at a Linkin Park concert dressed as a Domino's pizza delivery guy.

VanderMey is a graduate of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where she majored in political science and also studied Russian. She has studied abroad in Moscow and Varanasi, India, where she taught drama and English to 20 children.

Anne VanderMey

Articles by Anne VanderMey



  • MBAs: Uncle Sam Wants You
    With the private sector job market more dismal than ever, suddenly government and nonprofit jobs are some of the hottest tickets around
  • GMAT: The MBA Job Seeker's Best Friend
    Elite corporate recruiters use GMAT scores to narrow the field of applicants. Some schools are advising low scorers to retake the test
  • MBA Application Letters: Who to Ask
    Admissions directors offer dos and don'ts for handling letters of recommendation. One tip: Forget the celebrities
  • MBA Pay: Riches for Some, Not All
    Schools publish average salary figures that suggest most grads will reap rich rewards, but for many the "average" is a distant dream
  • Harvard's MBA Oath Goes Viral
    What started as a pledge to do no harm by 2009 graduates of the elite business school has quickly gone global, but not everybody's on board



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