Anna Moorman (E&W 2020), an active member of the U.S. Coast Guard, shares advice for military members and veterans considering a transition to business leadership.
“This is the kind of big problem that Kellogg and its community encourage you to tackle,” say Don Meier and Kristen Johnson (both 2Y 2019) in describing the impetus behind LineShift. Their social-impact business helps manufacturers protect jobs and communities while they innovate.
Alex Eng and Jack Bugas (both MMM 2019) and their team at Slate began their successful startup with one question: Why is there so little information available online for customers who want to get a tattoo?
Megan Lamparski (EMBA 2020) summarizes lessons learned from the Jimmy John’s founder, owner and chairman, who spoke to Cohort 119 in Miami.
Wendy Kadon (2Y 2020) shares the story of her colleague’s quest to found a sustainable footwear company, Scoots.
Scott Belsky and Lauren Hunter (both 2Y 2019) reflect on the many reasons why Kellogg and the Chicago area have become destinations for studying healthcare and its business, focusing primarily on the 2019 MacEachern Symposium.
Three Kellogg leaders share how lessons learned during the Kellogg on Sustainability: The Business of Climate Change conference will affect their careers.
Lauren Meyer and Sarah Consagra (both MMM 2020) reexamine the strategies their team used to win big at the AbbVie Innovation Challenge.
Joe Docter (E&W 2019), Mike Haining (E&W 2019) and Matt Rufener (2Y 2019) recount the hard work and collaboration that led the Kellogg team to place 2nd and win the Entrepreneur’s Choice award at the regional finals of the annual Venture Capital Investment Competition.
Julian Sheinbaum (2Y 2019) has a sister who was born with a rare cognitive disability and has been turned away from job opportunities due to stigma. He describes how his social-impact venture, Teachability, aims to correct these false preconceptions in the recruitment sphere.
Megha Kosaraju (1Y 2019) shares the intentional approach, with support from the CMC and her peers and professors, that she employed while navigating the 1Y recruitment cycle.