To Jamal Little (2Y 2021) “Pride@Kellogg always felt like a home.” In this post he shares advice for members of the LGBTQIA+ community considering an MBA, and what they should look for in a business school.
Shifali Gupta (2Y 2020) visited South Africa not once, but twice last year. She shares her reflection on the diversity of experiences students can achieve through their Kellogg journey.
The following pledge was written by student allies following conversations with a Black classmate. They chose to circulate it following receipt of the June 1 letter from the Full-Time Black Management Association. It has been and continues to be signed by students, faculty and staff.
Inspired by her grandparents and the collaborative culture of Kellogg, Charlotte C. Vaziri (MSMS 2020) identified several ways to support her community during COVID-19 by transforming tech barriers into bridges.
“With career placement in private equity and venture capital at all time highs, it is clear Kellogg students are more interested in the world of private investing than ever before.” Elissa Estopinal and Connor Ryan (both 2Y 2020) share their experience and reflections co-chairing the 2020 Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference at Kellogg.
Amar Dixit and Jenna Leahy (both 2Y 2020) share how they partnered with local health professionals – and leveraged their Kellogg network – to deliver thousands of N95 respirators to Chicago-area hospitals.
Driven by the belief that “community and change can only be created if you lead by example and invite others in,” Ayyub Bokhari (2Y 2020) created Chai Night, a weekly gathering of Kellogg community members to foster meaningful conversation and new relationships – all over a cup of tea.
Suhani Chhaparwal (2Y 2020) and her fellow trek leaders curated an enriching trip to India for their classmates to “fuel an interest in India that can sometimes only be achieved by understanding.” Here is her story of curating that trip and the experience that followed.
When Shannon Kooser (2Y 2021) applied to be on the Day at Kellogg (DAK) Exec team, she had no idea how much she would grow as a leader as she worked to transition DAK into a virtual experience due to COVID-19. Here is her story on the incredible transition.
Executive MBA Cohort 120 shares how they leveraged their diverse backgrounds and networks to help frontline healthcare workers get the protective equipment they need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Marilyn Jian Yi Caton (2Y 2021) shares how she created a new Kellogg Slack channel to serve as a “virtual networking facilitator and playground for creative remote team-building activities,” and the lessons she learned along the way.