“Social Impact Week is all about convening spaces for the greater Kellogg community to engage in different facets of social impact, especially opportunities to get involved here on campus and pathways to drive impact after graduation,” Kristen Kelly (2Y 2021) and Carli Chovick (2Y 2022) say.
“I decided to write about something that affects all facets of my life and it’s a topic I’ve become increasingly passionate about since 2014. And that was my Muslim-ness, a characteristic of my background that I had subconsciously worked very hard to erase,” Iffat Siddiqui (2Y 2021) says.
“We all play a role in keeping the foot on the gas pedal, striving towards even greater gender equity and keeping the momentum going,” Marissa Wizig (2Y 2021) says, co-president of Kellogg’s Full-Time Women’s Business Association.
“Two military values close to my heart that have influenced my time at Kellogg are the importance of being a good teammate and the value of service.” Hear reflections from some of our female Veterans in the Full-Time Program on how their service experience shaped who they are as leaders today.
“The notion that plans, by their very nature, go awry and that situations can, and often do, rapidly deteriorate is as ubiquitous among Veteran experiences as the camaraderie forged through a shared crucible moment,” Ivy Chamness (MMM 2021) says.
“As a Special Forces Soldier with almost 20 years of service, I specialized in Unconventional Warfare and had the privilege of working with some of the most talented people in the world.” On this Veterans Day, Julian Kitching (EMBA 2020) reflects on his leadership path and journey to Kellogg.
“Pride Week is as much a process of education and self-discovery as it is a celebration of how far we’ve all come,” Annie Vought (2Y 2021) says, who produced and moderated the “Allyship in Action” panel.
“In many ways, it reflected the Kellogg core value of community.” Anne Frazier (E&W 2021) and Andrew Alcott (E&W 2021) tell the story of their partnership to support those in need during COVID-19.
Pride Week’s Co-Chairs, Adam Wolford (2Y 2021) and Jamal Little (2Y 2021), reflect on their journey with Pride at Kellogg (P@K) and their experience as co-chairs for this year’s Pride Week.
“It immediately became clear we were all committed to delivering an experience that welcomed the incoming class into Kellogg’s values by living up to them ourselves.” Jamie McLaughlin (2Y 2021) shares how the CIM 2020 Exec Team planned orientation for new students during COVID-19.
“Before I came to the U.S., Silicon Valley was a place full of fantasies for me.” Cindy Qu (MMM 2020) shares her passion for and pursuit of technology at Kellogg.