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!
“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).
As the first pair of Black co-presidents to lead the Innovation and Design Association at Kellogg, Marvin Harris, Jr. (2Y 2021) and Hannah Anokye (MMM 2021) believe “that design and innovation can be leveraged to tackle societal issues that have stemmed from years of systemic inequality.”
To Jamal Little (2Y 2021) “Pride@Kellogg always felt like a home.” In this post he shares advice for members of the LGBTQIA+ community considering an MBA, and what they should look for in a business school.
Inspired by her classmates, Karen Liu Chen (2Y 2021) shares how she changed her mindset during COVID-19 and returned to her interest in edtech through her work with RevoU, an Indonesian startup that provides a virtual education in digital marketing for those who want to kickstart their careers.
When Shannon Kooser (2Y 2021) applied to be on the Day at Kellogg (DAK) Exec team, she had no idea how much she would grow as a leader as she worked to transition DAK into a virtual experience due to COVID-19. Here is her story on the incredible transition.
Marilyn Jian Yi Caton (2Y 2021) shares how she created a new Kellogg Slack channel to serve as a “virtual networking facilitator and playground for creative remote team-building activities,” and the lessons she learned along the way.
Jordan Mann (E&W 2021) shares her journey to Kellogg and advocates for female leaders as President of the Evening & Weekend WBA.
Adam Wolford (2Y 2021) shares the experience that first made him ask, “Do I think of myself as gay at work?” and the “tough conversations” he now has with his supportive peers in Pride@Kellogg.
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.