“Prior to Kellogg, I worked at Blackstone in real estate investor relations and business development. I started in the NYC headquarters, but was asked to move to Hong Kong to help with the final closing for a fund.” Learn more about Grace Beitler’s (2Y 2022) career journey.
“As a psychology major in undergrad who identified as both creative and analytical, I found digital marketing to be the perfect space in which I could explore all of my combined interests,” Maria Ehritt (2Y 2022) says.
“When I was 16 years old, I dreamed of studying in one of the best business schools in the United States. Today, that childhood dream became a reality,” says Paris Tsakalidis (1Y 2021).
“While the world is not short of problems, I believe it is possible to leverage our collective genius and creativity to find impactful solutions – but this also means we need to have effective and supportive ecosystems in place,” Alexander Makela (2Y 2022) says.
“I am grateful for the many things I cannot quantify – for having friendships, a diverse network, and a point of view on the world of business,” Ukemeobong Owoh (2Y 2021) says.
For the 90th birthday of Philip Kotler, professor emeritus of marketing, Nikki Pangilinan and Michele Pfluger (2Y 2022) discuss which brands advance change for today’s most challenging issues.
“As someone who valued the community I was once a part of on submarines, I looked to align myself with a similar program where a sense of belonging was pivotal to the student experience,” Kevin Wilson (2Y 2022) says, co-president of Kellogg Veterans Association.
“What I loved most was when I had chances to bring diverse groups together to achieve difficult goals. I knew that business school was the optimal path for me,” Jason Borchik (2Y 2022) says, co-president of Kellogg’s Veterans Association.
“Entrepreneurship is a journey not a destination.” Recent alumnus Brian McEuen ’21 shares how his Kellogg experience helped him develop his venture, On Brand.
“As a first-generation Ecuadorian-American, I am honored to receive my MBA from my dream school, Kellogg School of Management,” Dominique Suarez (2Y 2021) says.
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.