By Jessica Pawlarczyk On Saturday, October 29, the Kellogg Black Management Association (BMA) will hold its 30th annual BMA Conference to discuss the power of diversity though the lens of business. This year’s theme, “The Blueprint: Designing the Foundation for our Tomorrow”, focuses on leveraging learnings from the past three decades to envision a blueprint… Continue reading
As co-chairs of Kellogg’s Black Management Association Conference, our vision was to perpetuate the long-standing tradition and strength of the longest-running conference at Kellogg. It was our distinct goal to create a worthwhile conference that was forward thinking, would attract a diverse audience and would leave them inspired to be better leaders.
Understanding the importance of peer leadership, we set out to select a committed, highly motivated team that would help us fulfill this vision. From the planning phase to the day of the conference, we learned a tremendous amount through co-chairing such a significant event.
The Kellogg Black Management Association hosted its annual BMA Conference earlier this month. The event was titled “The Balancing Act,” and the day featured conversations with a collection of prominent Kellogg alumni and influential business leaders.
The event was highlighted by a morning conversation between Dean Sally Blount and Jim Reynolds ’82, founder, chairman and CEO of Loop Capital.
Rodney Williams ’90, Moët Hennessy SVP, delivered the keynote address at Kellogg’s 2014 Black Management Association Conference on Nov. 8, 2014. During his lecture, he explained five valuable lessons that he learned during his time as a student at Kellogg.
Are you still looking to experience what it would be like pursuing your MBA at Kellogg? If so, you might want to consider attending our upcoming Diversity Weekend.
Diversity Weekend is an annual preview event for prospective students hosted by the Kellogg Admissions Team, the Africa Business Club, Black Management Association and Hispanic Management Association.
This year’s event is scheduled for Nov. 7-9.
This post is part five in a series. See part one, part two, part three, part four, part six. As I was making my decision to attend Kellogg, I asked myself six questions to determine whether it was the right place for me. Here is the fifth: Is the classroom both timely and timeless?
This post is part two in a series. See part one, part three, part four, part five, part six. As I was making my decision to attend Kellogg, I asked myself six questions to determine whether it was the right place for me. Here is the second: What kind of availability do I have to the… Continue reading
It feels good to be back after the holidays, and I had a busy first week filled with a myriad of activities. While there is no “typical” week at Kellogg, highlights of my first week will hopefully provide some insight into what it’s like to be a student here: Monday – Global Curriculum: On the first… Continue reading