MIM Ambassadors

Meet our current Ambassadors who bring you a look at what it means to be a student in Portland State University’s Master of International Management program!

Megan Nelson

Megan Thumbnail          Megan Nelson is a full-time student in the Master of International Management (MIM) program. After graduating from the University of Southern Indiana with a dual bachelor’s degree in International Business and Business Education, she taught high school business courses in suburban Chicago for seven years. In interest of pursuing a more global profession, Megan moved to Portland in order to interact with culturally diverse students and broaden her understanding of global business. In the near future, Megan is looking forward to traveling around the globe as part of the MIM program and her career.

Gayathri Selvaraj

Gayathri Thumbnail          Gayathri Selvaraj is a full-time student in the Master of International Management (MIM) program at Portland State University. She received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science Engineering and spent over five years working as an application security consultant for information technology corporations in India. In 2011, Gayathri set up her own business with her father, providing financial reporting services to corporations. A year later, she decided to enroll in the MIM program because of the global nature of the program, the opportunity to learn Chinese, and the chance to experience different cultures. Gayathri enjoys travelling, having been to many countries, including Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and states across the U.S. Soon, she will also be travelling to Japan, China, and Vietnam as part of the MIM program.

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