Suhani Chhaparwal (2Y 2020) and her fellow trek leaders curated an enriching trip to India for their classmates to “fuel an interest in India that can sometimes only be achieved by understanding.” Here is her story of curating that trip and the experience that followed.
Veronica Reaves (1Y 2020) found the disparity of women and people of color in VC to be staggering. But rather than give up, she leveraged the Venture Capital Lab and Kellogg’s San Francisco Immersion Quarter to effect change. In this post, she shares her drive for creating a more equitable entrepreneurship ecosystem in the near future.
Traci O’Hara (2Y 2020), BMA co-president, takes a look at her academic journey and the different ways the Kellogg Black Management Association has helped her to thrive from her first day on campus.
To kick off our annual Black History Month series, Dabney Jean (MMM 2020) shares how the Black Management Association provided her with so much more than a community on campus and what led her to run for co-president.
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.
Brian Malkin (2Y 2019) and a team of MBA students spent the last three quarters piloting Schools Lab, a class that puts business-school lessons to use in educating local principals and positively impacting their K-12 schools.
Kenn So (2Y 2019) introduces the steps he took to build AI@Kellogg from from a small Slack group to a 150-member student club.