No matter what your leadership path is, you have a home with Kellogg’s Full-Time Net Impact Club. Co-Presidents Emily Reeves and Sumedha Sharma (both 2Y 2021) share how you can tap into their collective diversity and resources to realize the change you want to see.
“I wanted to focus my Kellogg experience on advancing opportunities for women around the globe, as I believe that unlocking rights and opportunities for women and girls is a surefire way to uplift society as a whole,” says Kathy Hoe (2Y 2021).
“We didn’t create a machine learning powered virtual agent solution. We created a mechanism of hope.” Dave Chookaszian (2Y 2013) and Raj Karan Singh (E&W 2019) share the extraordinary pivots they’re making at Quantiphi during COVID-19.
“The knowledge and experiences equipped my brain and heart, enabling me to go further in my life.” Mu Ye (1Y 2020) offers his candid thoughts on why Kellogg exceeded his expectations in almost every possible way.
Early in NuMat Technologies’ founding, Benjamin Hernandez (JD-MBA 2013) and his co-founders entered a business plan competition in Chicago. “We ended up winning the competition, at which point we decided to enter every other business plan competition in the U.S. where prizes exceeded $100,000. We won every single one.”
In this video, members of the Full-Time Hispanic Management Association share how the Kellogg community can get to know not only the incredibly diverse community that comprises the HMA, but also how to show up for them as allies.
In his newest post, Professor Joel Shapiro states that “ACL isn’t a data modeling class, it’s a business problem-solving class.” Learn how the partnership between companies and Kellogg students in his Analytical Consulting Lab is often a transformative experience for the companies, in more ways than one.
When Maria Prastakou (2Y 2020) arrived at Kellogg, she wondered, “How would I make it in recruiting and how could I navigate my internship to secure a coveted Full Time role?” Below she shares tips and Kellogg resources that empowered her to land a role with her dream company.
What kind of leader do you want to be? Lance Bennett, Kellogg’s director of diversity admissions, discusses opportunities for you to learn how Kellogg approaches inclusion and challenges you to be the change you wish to see.
As a Bain-sponsored student, (Evan) Hao Chen (1Y 2020) poetically brings to life his Kellogg journey and how he flourished in his MBA experience during COVID-19.
As an international student, Reme Fernandez (2Y 2020) realized that “recruiting in the U.S. has unique nuances that might not be immediately obvious to International students, but which are crucial to understand and embrace in order to be successful.” Below she imparts the lessons she learned while recruiting in the U.S.