“I learned that there’s immense underrepresentation in traditionally published children’s literature and that when kids don’t see themselves represented in the books that they read, they start to question their value and self-worth,” says alumnus Mike Vaggalis ’18.
Talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Litton Van Der Werff (Infantry Officer, United States Marine Corps), Rachel Yen (Revenue Cycle Consultant, Epic), and Carlo Fava (Manager, Grainger).
Hear from Associate Dean Greg Hanifee on two new leaders in the Kellogg community: Emily Haydon, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, and Crystal Fazal ’08, director of diversity admissions.
Talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Richa Bhargava (Operations Manager, Ferrara) and Adib Rushdan, MD (Physician, Oak Street Health).
“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).
“Throughout my career I’ve been surrounded by strong, female leaders and mentors who have guided me, and now it’s my time to pay it forward.”
“As an immigrant, celebrating my identity and the contributions of those who look like me is really important to stay true to myself, to continue discovering what it means to be a latinx and to pave the way for those who come behind me,” Diana Carreno Garcia (E&W, 2022) says.
“I am really excited about meeting all the other students and spending time building a network with them,” says Kyle Shanklin (E&W 2023).
“I’m excited to learn from my classmates and world-class faculty. I’m a curious person, so getting to sit in a room with so many intelligent and interesting people is truly a dream come true,” Kelsey Kimball (E&W 2023) says.