As the business world ponders what will remain virtual following COVID-19, Connor Pera (2Y 2020) takes a moment to reminisce about the value of an in-person meeting.
“My take on inclusion and diversity is simple: we need to become active listeners to our differences. It is easier said than done, though.” Jun Yin (2Y 2020) shares his experience as Co-President of Kellogg’s Greater China Club (GCC).
Co-Presidents Amber Jackson (2Y 2021) and Minami Okazaki (MMM 2021) of Groupwerk, Kellogg’s freshest (and only!) dance group, are looking for new members!
Sports. Tech. Retail. Strategy and Business Development spans across industries, and Kellogg’s Full-Time Strategy & Business Development Club can be the resource you need to find the perfect opportunity.
Want to make an impact at the intersection of business and AI? Check out this new five-quarter, joint-degree program at the Kellogg School of Management. Kate Smith ’98, our assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, tells you what you need to know.
“While there will be many more bumps along the way, the pay-it-forward culture of Kellogg and GCC has bestowed a mindset and network that will accompany us on the road ahead.” Laura Chen (2Y 2020) reflects on her time within Kellogg’s Greater China Club as an Interview Prep Group leader.
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.
“Learning from people from across the world has been the biggest uptake for me on a leadership level. Experiences vary in a pretty dramatic fashion, which has undoubtably broadened my appreciation for how leaders approach issues,” says Matthew Vacca (EMBA 2021).
“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.”