To recognize Women’s History Month, Inside Kellogg will be featuring the diverse perspectives, reflections and leadership journeys from Kellogg’s community of women. Stay tuned for more!
From Ferrara Candy Company to AAR to Axiom Consulting Partners, talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Janani Krishnan, Hanna Cosgrove and Devin Tyler (all E&W 2023).
Hear from Jac Connolly (E&W 2021), Marina Reigado (2Y 2021), Alex Zimmermann (MMM 2021) and Jeremy Strickland (2Y 2019) on what to expect for this year’s Kellogg Product Management Challenge.
The Full-Time Black Management Association’s executive director for Black History Month, Courtney Weldon (MMM 2021), shares insight into the diverse set of programming for BMA Week 2021, scheduled for this week and next.
From the Feinburg School of Medicine to Northern Trust Corporation to J.P. Morgan Private Bank, talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Paris Austell, Varsha Nagaraj and Morrie Bossen (all E&W 2023).
To recognize Black History Month, Inside Kellogg will be featuring the diverse perspectives and reflections from members of Kellogg’s Black community, along with stories that promote allyship and inspire progress. Stay tuned for more!
“I’m convinced that everyone could understand the role of sales more wholly if educational systems emphasized the value behind teaching sales skills, such as the art of persuasion, negotiations and selling yourself in everyday activities,” Will Forsyth (E&W 2022) says.
Recent Kellogg grads, Maria Alvarez Ribeiro (1Y 2020), Graham Burgess (2Y 2020), Lauren Meyer (2Y 2020) and Eric Rotterman (2Y 2020), share their experiences recruiting during the spring of 2020 — and advice to students on how to stay resilient.
Hear from Kellogg professors of marketing, Derek D. Rucker and Tim Calkins, on what to expect from advertisers during a Super Bowl like no other and how to follow the conversation during Kellogg’s annual Super Bowl Ad Review!
Michael Ladipo ’21, Donovan Dean ’22, Nesa Mangal ’22, and Cameron Merritt ’22 of Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend MBA Program’s Black Management Association share their perspectives on the calls for racial justice and the change they want to see reflected at Kellogg and in businesses across the world.
“It’s very easy to be fearful as an entrepreneur. It’s natural in all of us. And so, you need to be able to write down on paper your worries and concerns so you can just put your head down and execute,” Mike Apostal (E&W 2012), the CEO and Co-Founder of Factor, says.