Harvard Business School trains leaders to be generalists—to succeed in many different fields, in many different types of roles.
In the case of Dominic Dragisich, HBS class of 2009, that broad-based approach suited him perfectly. Dominic’s broad-based experience spans from his co-founding a major non-profit focused on animal welfare, to the next day co-founding a valet parking service, all while working in the “traditional” management consulting space. Let’s put it this way: Dom Dragisich never has any “downtime.”
Dom is currently the Global Director of FP&A for Nextel, a Fortune 500 telecommunication company. Prior to his telecom work, he served as a Manager in Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy and Operations Group, where he advised several of the top banks, telecommunications companies, and consumer product companies throughout the country. Dom also remains extremely passionate about the business of sports and has done field work with the likes of Nike and the National Basketball Association. Dom graduated from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce with degrees in Finance and Accounting and obtained his MBA from Harvard Business School. To this day, he remains active in both the business of sports and the non-profit world, focusing on animal welfare.