Chase Bullen 24MBA

Throughout Veterans Awareness Month, Emory Business will introduce readers to the stories of veterans thriving in Goizueta programs.

With a desire to be professionally challenged, Chase Bullen 24MBA seeks opportunities to strategize and solve complex problems. In selecting a master’s program for his degree, Bullen chose Goizueta Business School for its premier instruction and rigorous core curriculum as well as its location in a major metropolitan city.

Goizueta prepares MBA candidates for placement in top consulting firms.

Chase Bullen 24MBA

Equally important to Bullen is the fact that “Goizueta overwhelmingly supports its military veterans.”

As a full-time MBA student, Bullen draws from his experience with the U.S. Army to add a unique global perspective in class. After graduating from Norwich University in Vermont as an accounting and management double major, “I commissioned into the U.S. Army as an Infantry Officer and was assigned to Fort Carson, CO,” Bullen writes in his Voice of Goizueta blog post. “In 2020, I transferred to a Space Operations unit and deployed to Iraq later that same year.”

Originally from Bradenton, Florida, Bullen experienced a college semester abroad at the American University of Rome. In addition, he also completed an international fellowship in Israel through the Olmsted Foundation.

Both an ROTC scholar and a family man, Bullen and his wife Asheley enjoy Tampa Bay Buccaneers games and exploring Atlanta with their one-year-old son, Thomas.

So, what does the future hold for Bullen? “After our core semester concludes, I will be pursuing management consulting and strategy consulting concentrations,” he says, adding that he will be recruiting for consulting internship opportunities at Atlanta-based offices.

Goizueta is proud to support its military veterans through a variety of ongoing initiatives including scholarship opportunities. Learn more about the range of programs designed to meet our veterans’ needs, and find out what is happening on campus in this Veterans Awareness Month.