Hear from Kellogg alumni Nicole Chavas ’15 and Laura Brenner Kimes ’15 on co-founding their startup, Greenprint Partners, how it’s grown, and how they’ve evolved as entrepreneurs.
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.
Hear from recent Kellogg grad, Yasmina Chalhoub (2Y 2020), as well as current Kellogg Career Management Center coaches, on networking tips and best practices.
David Costello (2Y 2019) shares why his education from Kellogg was essential in helping build his plant-based shoe company, Kengos.
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.
Hear from Kellogg’s English language coach, Tamra Wysocki-Niimi, on her partnership with international students during the networking and recruiting process.
From the culture to the academics to feeling like they belonged, Kellogg rose to the top of their list.
“In my short time at Kellogg, I’ve learned there’s no such thing as a “right” time. Learn as much as you can, understand your opportunities, be strategic, create a plan for your career and don’t be afraid,” says Varsha Nagaraj (E&W 2023).
Hear from Bernadette Birt, Kellogg’s new assistant dean for Executive MBA Global Network, on her leadership journey, and her passion for Kellogg’s Executive MBA Program and what makes it so distinct.
“Many of us were not only managing a new way of work but were also figuring out how to balance life outside of work with children at home in virtual learning and caring for loved ones near and far,” Jessica Chertow, Ph.D. (EMBA 2023), says.
“Since launch, we’ve learned that 80% of Indian weddings are now interracial, intercultural and interfaith. As a result, we offer tons of education on what to wear to each event and why.” Hear from Karen Desai (2Y 2022) on her startup, LUKH.
“It’s by women and allies lifting each other up, bringing other inclusive leaders to share their stories, and cultivating a sense of community that allows us to harness our power and pass on that strength to each other and the women who come after us,” Kayla Silverstein (E&W 2021) says, who is president of the Evening & Weekend WBA.