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.”
Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, provides coronavirus-related updates to everyone applying to Kellogg this spring.
Dustin Saunders, our director of EMBA admissions, goes beyond the basics to help you think through the process and strategies for a stellar application. Spoiler: When we say we want you to be yourself, we mean it!
Ever wanted to ask a dean what drew her to a particular school? What about her connection with faculty? Or even whether she’s a cat or dog person? KSA President Seamus Donegan (MMM 2020) sat down with Dean Cornelli in the midst of the Global Hub’s Gies Plaza to find out more about our fearless leader.
A historic park that encompasses Miami’s first beach for people of color had seen better days. Enter: The Miami EMBA cohort and their partners from the Miami Learning Experience School, an education nonprofit for children and adults with intellectual challenges. Jinita Thakkar (EMBA 2020) discusses her cohort’s cleanup efforts, and how they align with Kellogg values.
Looking back at Launch Week, Allison McKeever (EMBA 2021) shares the three pieces of advice that gave her confidence in pursuing an executive MBA.
Dustin Saunders became director of EMBA admissions in July 2019. In this post, he shares his vision for the future, his background in university admissions in several states, and what he feels makes Kellogg unique.
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.