TMMBA Alumni Profile: Doreen Bingo

TMMBA Class of 2010

Doreen Bingo
Chief Engineer – Test & Evaluation, The Boeing Company

Doreen Bingo

I feel so fortunate to have studied in the midst of the banking crisis and recovery. Karma Hadjimichalakis changed our content nearly every week to try to keep up with the latest money policy changes. I don’t think I would understand the world money system nearly as well as I do had I not studied through this lens.

How has the TMMBA curriculum helped advance your career at Boeing?

TMMBA coursework in accounting, finance, and economics have the most direct impact with regards to my career development. Understanding the fundamentals of financial forecasting and market impacts has provided meaningful context for me and it informs my strategies around business investments.

What was it like to learn in a cohort-based program?

Studying and learning in a cohort was a great experience. The cohort design allowed for deep discussion and debate through the program. The diversity of thought in these discussions and leaning into differing views helped me become more open minded. I believe this made me a better teammate and leader. We also built lasting relationships which I leverage often.

TMMBA Class of 2010 on their International Study Tour to Buenos Aires. Visiting recipients of micro loans.

TMMBA Class of 2010 on their International Study Tour to Buenos Aires. Witnessing first hand the transformative power of micro-loans.

For over 20 years, the Technology Management MBA at the UW Foster School of Business has fueled disruption, developing and producing talented innovators who have led the transformation of technology in Seattle and around the world. To celebrate this milestone, we caught up with alumni from across the decades to learn how the TMMBA Program experience and the Foster community has transformed their careers. Learn more about the Technology Management MBA at Foster.