In reflection of Kellogg Ally Week, Josh Williams (2Y 2019) discusses why everyone, especially emerging business leaders, should be invested and engaged in efforts to advance equity, diversity, inclusion and justice.
Graham Burgess (2Y 2020) writes about the Kellogg resources and events that helped him connect to a support structure and feel the camaraderie he had been missing since he left the Army.
Ginny Lee and Noelle Bloomfield (both 2Y 2019), co-presidents of the Women’s Business Association, look back on their lessons learned as leaders and their alliances with community partners.
Rachel Sawa (2Y 2019), the vice president of academics for KTech, shares how students and faculty came together to create the new Technology Management Pathway, which launched in January.
Rianne Webb (2Y 2020) describes the themes celebrated during 2019’s Black History Month at Kellogg, and how she found the boldness to take on leadership positions.
In observance of Black History Month, Mayowa Oyebadejo (2Y 2019) shares his views on the bonds and shared experiences of black Americans in business and society.
Akshar Awalgaonkar (EMBA 2020) reviews the questions and decisions that led him to pursue a mid-career MBA and provides advice for others considering the same.
Former military pilot Andrew Coe (2Y 2020) discusses life after active duty and how Kellogg’s culture of teamwork and community were so crucial to his decision to earn an MBA.
Ashton Clark (E&W 2018) shares how he became part of the change to increase diversity in the Evening & Weekend MBA Program.
Aina Fadina (EMBA 2019) looks ahead to her second year in the EMBA program and shares how her culture has prepared her to seize the business opportunities that cross her path.
Benjamin Chou (JD-MBA 2020), a winner of the prestigious Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship, reflects on the interview that won him the prize. “Often times I’m the only Asian or gay person in a room full of people. But I’m not going to let that stop me from doing the best job that I can.”