“Every challenge a returning citizen faces — from securing basic food, clothing and shelter to finding sustainable transportation and employment — coalesces around a singular issue: lack of access to working capital.” Janie Baird (2Y 2021) and Josh Nathan (JB-MBA 2021) share the origin of their fund and their team making it to the final four.
Hear from Hayley Bohart (2Y 2022) on what it took for her and the Kellogg team to become 2021 global champions of VCIC, the largest academic venture capital competition in the world.
Bernie Banks, Kellogg’s associate dean for leadership development and inclusion, gives insight into the design of Kellogg’s DEI Pathway, and how it uniquely prepares the next generation of leaders.
David Costello (2Y 2019) shares why his education from Kellogg was essential in helping build his plant-based shoe company, Kengos.
Michael Salna (1Y 2021) interviews Professor Mohanbir Sawhney, associate dean of digital innovation, on technology’s disruption in healthcare — especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In his next post, Eric Anderson, Kellogg’s faculty director for the Kellogg-McCormick MBAi Program, shares how MBAi prepares you for careers in business strategy and tech — today and tomorrow.
“For brand marketers, the Super Bowl is, and always has been, about the ads,” Michelle Hu and Carmen Ferraro (both 2021) say.
Eric Anderson, Kellogg’s faculty director for the Kellogg-McCormick MBAi Program, shares insights into the courses offered to MBAi students next year.
“I’m convinced that everyone could understand the role of sales more wholly if educational systems emphasized the value behind teaching sales skills, such as the art of persuasion, negotiations and selling yourself in everyday activities,” Will Forsyth (E&W 2022) says.
Hear from Kellogg professors of marketing, Derek D. Rucker and Tim Calkins, on what to expect from advertisers during a Super Bowl like no other and how to follow the conversation during Kellogg’s annual Super Bowl Ad Review!
“I wanted — and still want — to spend my career supporting extraordinary interventions that change the lives of those systematically denied the opportunity to succeed,” Josh Nathan (JD-MBA 2021) says.