‘Tis the season for early rounds of MBA acceptances! Janu Venkatramani (2Y 2021) shares how she realized she had to visit schools, feel the on-campus energy and trust her gut when making her final MBA-program decision. #kelloggbound
Andrea Vinyard (EMBA 2020) knows what it feels like to finish a career in the military and wonder what’s next. In this post she shares how the G.I. Bill and an MBA program are helping her expand on that impressive foundation.
Billy Sterrett (2Y 2020) and Mark Odden (MMM 2020) take a breather after organizing yet another successful Pride Week this past October and share what makes it such a hugely popular event on campus.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the quick action and amazing teamwork of our cohorts,” says Heather Gedman (EMBA 2020), “as we serve to live the mission statement of Kellogg for building our community and practicing what we preach with high impact and low ego.”
In acknowledgement of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mayte Garcia-Salgado (E&W 2021), president of the Hispanic Management Association, discusses the failures of American education systems in honoring contributions from Latinx people.
Alex Moros (E&W 2019) shares how the Kellogg environment empowered her to become the founding president of the Hispanic Management Association for Evening & Weekend students.
Jennifer Spencer (JV 2020) walks through the biggest takeaways that she wants the partners and spouses of MBA students to know about the Kellogg JV program.
Samantha Dorsey (JV 2020), a “joint venture” to an E&W student, provides advice for both sides of the partnership to maintain support during an MBA program.
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.