Juan Rocha (EMBA 1995) and John Rocha (EMBA 2020) share how they built their family enterprise, DynaTrap, by leveraging the skills they both gained from Kellogg.
Nathan Evans (EMBA 2011 and co-founder of fulfin) shares his experience leading his fintech startup during the COVID-19 crisis, and the three pillars he relies on to be an effective leader.
Veronica Reaves (1Y 2020) found the disparity of women and people of color in VC to be staggering. But rather than give up, she leveraged the Venture Capital Lab and Kellogg’s San Francisco Immersion Quarter to effect change. In this post, she shares her drive for creating a more equitable entrepreneurship ecosystem in the near future.
If you’re reading this blog, you probably already know about Kellogg’s annual Super Bowl Ad Review. But have you ever wanted to know what it’s actually like during the big game? Enzo Azarcon (2Y 2021) gives a glimpse.
Ben Preston (E&W 2021), co-founder of Gearflow, unveils the benefits of having an MBA community at your fingertips when launching a business.
Bri Teneza (EMBA 2019) — whose career as a military physician and officer has taken her from a medical residency in Honolulu to a supervisory position for detainee healthcare in Iraq — shares her personal leadership journey.
Anna Moorman (E&W 2020), an active member of the U.S. Coast Guard, shares advice for military members and veterans considering a transition to business leadership.
“This is the kind of big problem that Kellogg and its community encourage you to tackle,” say Don Meier and Kristen Johnson (both 2Y 2019) in describing the impetus behind LineShift. Their social-impact business helps manufacturers protect jobs and communities while they innovate.
Brian Malkin (2Y 2019) and a team of MBA students spent the last three quarters piloting Schools Lab, a class that puts business-school lessons to use in educating local principals and positively impacting their K-12 schools.
Kenn So (2Y 2019) introduces the steps he took to build AI@Kellogg from from a small Slack group to a 150-member student club.
Adam Motley (2Y 2019) — the creator of MOVO, a posture-perfect office chair — shares some of his research on what makes an effective work environment.