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.
Babatunde Oladosu (2Y 2021) shares how the Social Impact Days event held every August has influenced his perspective and trajectory at Kellogg.
Philip Spencer (2Y 2020) and his JV, Jennifer, wave hello from across the pond, sharing the various steps they went through in finding the right global exchange program and thriving once they arrived.
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.
Billy Sterrett (2Y 2020) and Mark Odden (MMM 2020) take a breather after organizing yet another successful Pride Week this past October and share what makes it such a hugely popular event on campus.
The leaders of Pride@Kellogg foster visibility, community, allyship and personal & professional empowerment for the LGBTQIA+ community.
“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.”
In acknowledgement of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mayte Garcia-Salgado (E&W 2021), president of the Hispanic Management Association, discusses the failures of American education systems in honoring contributions from Latinx people.
Santosh Subramaniam (E&W 2020) provides a glimpse into his weekend commute from Florida to Chicago, via planes, “L” trains and automobiles.