“Selling yourself and your ideas will make or break your career,” Will Forsyth (E&W, 2022) says.
We are so excited to introduce Kellogg’s two-year Class of 2023 — who exemplify our commitment to excellence and what it means to be a Kellogg leader. Learn more about this new class from Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid.
MBA students around the United States and globally are tackling some of today’s biggest challenges, and nowhere more so than at Kellogg School of Management.
Hear about healthcare at Kellogg from current students Bhavana Balakrishnan (2Y, 2022), Christa Styrkowicz (2Y, 2022), Dan Ertis (2Y, 2021), Matt Burkhardt (1Y, 2021) and Taryn Puranmalka (2Y, 2022).
Find resources recommended by the Kellogg community to develop your understanding of DEI and effectively advance DEI in your organization.
“Through my journey starting as an MBA student, to pursuing my own venture, to becoming an investor and eventually an educator – I continue to learn day in and day out from my students,” Professor Jeffrey Eschbach says.
“Every challenge a returning citizen faces — from securing basic food, clothing and shelter to finding sustainable transportation and employment — coalesces around a singular issue: lack of access to working capital.” Janie Baird (2Y 2021) and Josh Nathan (JB-MBA 2021) share the origin of their fund and their team making it to the final four.
Hear from Hayley Bohart (2Y 2022) on what it took for her and the Kellogg team to become 2021 global champions of VCIC, the largest academic venture capital competition in the world.
Bernie Banks, Kellogg’s associate dean for leadership development and inclusion, gives insight into the design of Kellogg’s DEI Pathway, and how it uniquely prepares the next generation of leaders.
David Costello (2Y 2019) shares why his education from Kellogg was essential in helping build his plant-based shoe company, Kengos.
Michael Salna (1Y 2021) interviews Professor Mohanbir Sawhney, associate dean of digital innovation, on technology’s disruption in healthcare — especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.