“I learned that there’s immense underrepresentation in traditionally published children’s literature and that when kids don’t see themselves represented in the books that they read, they start to question their value and self-worth,” says alumnus Mike Vaggalis ’18.
“Impact to me means making a difference with the actions I take and with the people around me,” Karen Desai (2Y, 2022) says.
Hear from Confidence Fortune Udegbue (2Y 2022) on his entrepreneurship journey in launching Liquid Confidence, the first canned kombucha cocktail in market.
“FinLit is incredibly empowering for first-generation students, first-generation Americans and any other individuals looking to navigate the financial landscape for the first time,” Adam Turville (JD-MBA, 2021) says.
“In our first 10 months, we have built a community of over 13,000 teachers and over 200 schools in Chile,” Santiago Ugarte Vial (1Y, 2021) says.
“Entrepreneurship is a journey not a destination.” Recent alumnus Brian McEuen ’21 shares how his Kellogg experience helped him develop his venture, On Brand.
Andrew Green (2Y 2022) shares how his summer internship and Kellogg’s resources are giving him the experience and exposure he needs to grow his career.
In his second post, Toby Velte, PhD shares how he and Quinton Krueger (both EMBA 2021) leveraged Kellogg’s resources to meet their first customer’s business needs and grow as entrepreneurs.
In his first post, Toby Velte, PhD (EMBA 2021) shares how he and Quinton Krueger (EMBA 2021) co-founded Verilytix — and found their first customer in another fellow EMBA student, Rachael Speegle (EMBA 2021).
“Our belief is that solving the productivity problem construction is facing starts with streamlining parts procurement and the litany of productivity pains that come with it,” Ben Preston (E&W 2021) says of Gearflow.