Hear from Co-Chairs Cristina Hackley and Hadley Brooke (both 2Y, 2022) on Kellogg’s annual Women in Finance Dinner.
“I could not be more appreciative of the support that Kellogg provides. They truly care about all their students regardless of the program, and I think that is a unique differentiator among all the MBA programs out there,” says Peter Chung (2Y, 2022).
“It is humbling to have so many supportive people who want to help me succeed in making this company successful at a large scale,” Justin Allen (2Y, 2022) says.
“Today, Kellogg is preparing veterans to lead with purpose on the business frontier; it’s a new journey,” says Tom Vogel (EMBA, 2022).
“The next steps in my career required me to grow in my ability to effectively build coalitions, convey information, and draw from diverse networks,” Jason Kim (EMBA, 2022) says.
“During weekly dinners, my military ‘sea stories’ are often the least interesting at the table. Instead, I learn about a classmate’s experience living in a refugee camp for three years, or another classmate’s experience starting a successful startup,” Brendan McCreary (2Y, 2023) says.
“Impact is a daily action that you live out by approaching every day attempting to give more than you receive,” Thomas Curran (2Y, 2022) says.
“Impact to me means making a difference with the actions I take and with the people around me,” Karen Desai (2Y, 2022) says.
Stefano Ratto Schol (2Y 2022) share his growth as a leader in Peru and at Kellogg, and the long-term impact he hopes to make.
“We were excited about our startup idea because of the intersectional impact it could have,” reflects Ben Hackner (2Y, 2023) on their Social Impact Days pitch, NurseConnect.