“We’re a team of parents, educators, techies and entrepreneurs who have seen how big tech has left the family behind. … We’re fighting for the right kind of technology that is built for families,” says Michelle Ross ’19
“During my year in the program, all my barriers came down; I felt like I am now a better leader, and honestly a better person because of all the people I met,” says Aishley Hassell (1Y, 2021).
”Kellogg brings together so many like minds thinking deeply about the challenges our world faces today,” says Google employee and part-time student Alexandra Tyrrell (E&W, 2022).
“The breadth of experiences and interests in the room was vibrant and thought-provoking week after week. I have leaned strongly on this community,” says Ale Treviño (2Y, 2023).
“Getting to know the women in my pod was such a rewarding experience — it gave me the opportunity to not only hear other women’s stories and advice but also to make incredible new friends,” says Carli Chovick (2Y, 2022).
ClimateCAP, a summit at the intersection of business and climate change, took place at the Kellogg Global Hub this February, gathering MBA students and industry leaders dedicated to making an impact.
ClimateCAP student organizers Joan Liu (2Y, 2022) and Sarah Pinner (MMM, 2022) share their experience of shaping the biennial conference on the intersection of business and climate change, hosted this year at Kellogg.
“I love my current career, the people I work with, and the relationships from Kellogg so much that I often pinch myself to remember they’re real,” says alumna Ivy Chamness (MMM, 2021).
Gender Equity Week is a dedicated week of programming put on by the Women’s Business Association that brings together hundreds of students, alumni and faculty to share models of leadership and to foster growth – in women, in allies and in organizations.
“My storytelling efforts became focused on spaces where cultural equity was lacking most,” says Keyaira Lock (2Y, 2023).
”What sets Kellogg apart is the community that surrounds you. While you instantly gain a community of peers, professors, and friends who are all equally invested in your success and goals, you must make it count,” says Devin Tyler (E&W, ’23).