Three Kellogg leaders share how lessons learned during the Kellogg on Sustainability: The Business of Climate Change conference will affect their careers.
Sadie Howes (EMBA 2020), a Drake Scholar and member of cohort 119, reflects on how her scholarship, her cohort and the Kellogg admissions team led her to dream bigger.
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.
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.
Ifeoluwa Oshoba, MD (2Y 2018), vice president of the Africa Business Club and a native of Lagos, shares the significance of the upcoming Mosaic Week visit of Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II, the ruler of Kano and a former investment banker.
Nicholas Michael (2Y 2018) recaps Vice President Biden’s visit to the Global Hub and discusses how this prestigious event embodies the Kellogg experience.
Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid and a Kellogg alumna, highlights how Kellogg women support each other throughout their careers.
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.
In advance of DAK II, which takes place in April, Co-Chair Bo Swindell (MMM 2019) recaps the rewarding experience of organizing DAK I and lets prospective students know what to expect.
Stephon Davis (2Y 2018), co-president of the Black Management Association, shares his reflections at the conclusion of Black History Month and emphasizes its importance for the past, present and future.
Lalu Beré (2Y 2019) recaps the Hear My Story event – which was organized by the Kellogg Black Management Association as part of Black History Month – and shares how black women have inspired her interest in social impact.