Aero Glass is one of six companies participating in a student consulting project in the frame of the Evening MBA program of Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business. We were invited to the project by Hon. John E. Parkerson, Jr., Honorary Consul General of Hungary, who is also Lecturer/Adjunct Faculty at Scheller, teaching an elective class, “International Practicum-Hungary”. His students examine business issues related to the Central and Eastern European region and to global management by working as consulting teams.


Four of said students, Melissa Whitener, Lewis Motion, Henry Tam and Kailee Widanka will help Aero Glass tackle the strategic challenges of its commercial rollout due in 2017. They each bring their own degrees, expertise and work experience to the task at hand, including marketing, image consulting, forecasting and analysis, as well as a wide range of aeronautical experience from flying through operations command to engineering and business. We are truly excited about the opportunity to work with them and receive their professional insight.

GA Tech’s Evening MBA program is designed for working professionals, and its curriculum lays special focus on addressing the increasingly global nature of commerce and omnipresence of technology.