To Jamal Little (2Y 2021) “Pride@Kellogg always felt like a home.” In this post he shares advice for members of the LGBTQIA+ community considering an MBA, and what they should look for in a business school.
Shifali Gupta (2Y 2020) visited South Africa not once, but twice last year. She shares her reflection on the diversity of experiences students can achieve through their Kellogg journey.
The following pledge was written by student allies following conversations with a Black classmate. They chose to circulate it following receipt of the June 1 letter from the Full-Time Black Management Association. It has been and continues to be signed by students, faculty and staff.
“One of the most inspiring things for me was seeing how quickly our employees came together with meaningful solutions and ideas during these unprecedented times,” writes Stephanie Gallo ’99, CMO of E. & J. Gallo Winery.
Steve Lanchak, an executive MBA career coach, discusses the unique priorities of the EMBA student, his holistic approach to coaching and how the Career Management Center not only supports students to execute their career goals – but empowers them for a lifetime.
Learn all the options available for paying for your mid-career MBA from Paul Dodds, Assistant Director of EMBA Financial Aid.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Susan Nedza and Don DiLucchio (EMBA 2000) collaborate to provide necessary services to a community in Honduras through their work in the Olancho Aid Foundation.
Executive MBA Cohort 120 shares how they leveraged their diverse backgrounds and networks to help frontline healthcare workers get the protective equipment they need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Juan Rocha (EMBA 1995) and John Rocha (EMBA 2020) share how they built their family enterprise, DynaTrap, by leveraging the skills they both gained from Kellogg.
Nathan Evans (EMBA 2011 and co-founder of fulfin) shares his experience leading his fintech startup during the COVID-19 crisis, and the three pillars he relies on to be an effective leader.
Tim Calkins, a clinical professor of marketing at Kellogg, shares the real deal about moving courses online. “One of the most heartening parts of this transition,” he writes, “is seeing how people are working together and sharing ideas.”