Webster MBA Alumni in Business Journal's 2019 '30 Under 30'

Jul. 17, 2019

Webster MBA Alumni in Business Journal's 2019 '30 Under 30'
Webster alumni were featured as 30 Under 30 honorees in the July 12 edition of the St. Louis Business Journal.

Two Webster University alumni were among the honorees this month in the St. Louis Business Journal's 2019 30 Under 30 Awards.

Malcolm Crawford '14 and Nesmira Muratovic '17, both graduates of Webster's MBA program in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, were highlighted as "the next generation of metro-area movers and shakers who are going places."

They were honored at a July 11 cocktail reception and featured in the July 12 print edition of the Business Journal on pages 41 and 46.

Crawford's profile can be found online here and on page 46 of the July 12 print edition.

Born and raised on the north side of the city, Crawford is a commercial banking officer with Enterprise Bank & Trust, managing a diverse loan portfolio in excess of $450 million.

“When I am not at work, I’m usually at the gym, spending time with family and friends or doing community service. Community service is a major part of my life because I want to see my community and communities like it thrive. I want to be that beacon of light in the community that shows no matter the starting point, the road to success is attainable.”

Crawford and Muratovic in 30 Under 30
Crawford (page 46) and Muratovic (page 41) are profiled in the July 12 issue.

Muratovic's profile can be found online here and on page 41 of the print edition.

She began her finance career with an internship at Scottrade. When TD Ameritrade announced it was acquiring Scottrade in 2016, she thought that would be a sign to leave. But she realized “lessons, memories, friends, role models and opportunities made it impossible to leave.”

Transitioning from a private firm with 3 million client accounts and $170 billion in assets to publicly traded TD Ameritrade — with a combined 11 million client accounts and more than $1 trillion in assets — “was scary and exciting.”

“I’ve learned to say ‘yes’ to the opportunities that scare me the most, and that it is okay for me — typically the youngest and female — to have a seat at the table.”

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