Bri Teneza (EMBA 2019) — whose career as a military physician and officer has taken her from a medical residency in Honolulu to a supervisory position for detainee healthcare in Iraq — shares her personal leadership journey.
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.
“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.”
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.
Gabriel Penaloza (EMBA 2020) and a team of cohort members are using their business acumen to pay it forward, throwing a casino-themed soiree to support the Miami Learning Experience School.
Megan Lamparski (EMBA 2020) summarizes lessons learned from the Jimmy John’s founder, owner and chairman, who spoke to Cohort 119 in Miami.
Michael Labate (EMBA 2019) discusses how his experience on the EMBA Program’s Miami campus has changed his professional life.
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.
Akshar Awalgaonkar (EMBA 2020) reviews the questions and decisions that led him to pursue a mid-career MBA and provides advice for others considering the same.
Discover more about Kellogg’s global electives from Cady Dolan Johnson (EMBA 2018), who shares her experience in Portugal advising famed wine company, Adega Mayor.
Julie Weber Ugarte (EMBA 2018) shares how the TechVenture India elective enhanced her EMBA experience and deepened her perspective on the merits of the Kellogg global network.