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.”
Lalu Beré (2Y 2019) shares her experience in the Global Initiatives in Management course on China, including her class’s visit to the country during spring break.
Alison Bullock (EMBA 2018) celebrates the camaraderie and support she experienced during her EMBA program by emphasizing “we” over “I.”
Recent graduate Ashton Clark (E&W 2018) shares the first of two posts that demonstrate the perseverance he mustered to apply to Kellogg twice, along with the many reasons why his effort was so rewarding.
Elspeth Moffat (EMBA 2018) looks back on her two years at Kellogg and shares surprising things she learned about herself while getting her degree.
In honor of Armed Forces Day, LT Matthew Arnold (E&W 2019) shares how he has leveraged his military skills to succeed in business school and beyond.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Jenny Fukumoto-Pasko (E&W 2019) shares the solidarity and support she and a fellow female candidate shared while running for a seat in the Kellogg Student Association.
On International Women’s Day, Dianna He (2Y 2018) compares American maternity benefits with others and shares her inspiration for founding a business that focuses on maternal health.