In the last post of this series, hear from alumnus Jason Barsema ’14 (Co-Founder and President of Halo Investing) on his venture and path in entrepreneurship.
In the third post of this series, hear from alumni Erica Douglas ’15 (Founding Partner and CEO at mSeed group) and Noory Bechor ’13 (Co-Founder and CEO at LawGeex) on their ventures and paths in entrepreneurship.
In the second post of this series, hear from Tyler Wanke ’15 (Co-Founder & founding CEO of Innoblative Designs, Inc.) and Lorena Arathoon ’15 (Co-Founder & CEO of Snackerie) on their ventures and paths in entrepreneurship.
In the early stages of his startup, Varun Goyal (E&W 2011) and his co-founder were conducting a review of “what’s out there around statistics of adverse events and medication problems…truly thinking about what a patient needed to feel confident and empowered in taking their medication.” And that’s how Illuminate Health was born.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Susan Nedza and Don DiLucchio (EMBA 2000) collaborate to provide necessary services to a community in Honduras through their work in the Olancho Aid Foundation.
Elspeth Moffat (EMBA 2018) looks back on her two years at Kellogg and shares surprising things she learned about herself while getting her degree.
Maryann Pellot (EMBA 2015) and Karlo Young (EMBA 2015) share their story and some sage advice for current and prospective Kellogg EMBA students.
Libby Weiss (EMBA 2017) provides an insider’s view of the event, which celebrated 20 years of the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA program in Evanston and Tel Aviv.
When Ann Drake ’84 graduated from Kellogg, she immediately set her sights on a formidable challenge: transforming her family business from a warehousing service to one positioned for the 21st century. Drake’s confident leadership style allowed her to expand the business, forming DSC Logistics, a supply chain company equipped to adapt to the new challenges… Continue reading
Kourtney Ratliff ’10 was recently recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ “40 under 40.” Ratliff, a partner with Chicago-based financial firm Loop Capital, was recognized both for her professional achievements and for her willingness to help others. In 2013, Ratliff gave $125,000 to her alma mater, University of Miami, to endow a scholarship that empowers the next generation of… Continue reading
Roslyn Brock ’99 is the youngest person in history to be named a Chairman of the NAACP. She’s also the first female Chairman. You won’t catch Brock resting on her laurels, though. Instead, she is focused on the work still ahead. “More than fifty years after the modern civil rights movement, race still matters in… Continue reading
Israel has more startups per capita than any other country, yet the thriving startup scene, sometimes referred to as Silicone Wadi, has less venture capitalists and angel investors than its American, European and Asian counterparts. Shelly Hod Moyal ’13 (Kellogg-Recanati), co-founder of equity crowdfunding platform (next generation VC) iAngels, is on a mission to change… Continue reading