The leaders who join Kellogg’s Executive MBA Program bring diverse experience and expertise across a range of industries. Today, that has never been more true. We’re excited to introduce Praveen Singalla, Jordan Hanson and Mayank Sharma (all EMBA 2023).
From Ferrara Candy Company to AAR to Axiom Consulting Partners, talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Janani Krishnan, Hanna Cosgrove and Devin Tyler (all E&W 2023).
The leaders who join Kellogg’s Executive MBA Program bring diverse experience and expertise across a range of industries. Today, that has never been more true. We’re excited to introduce Vasu Appalaneni, M.D., and Joshua Davis.
From the Feinburg School of Medicine to Northern Trust Corporation to J.P. Morgan Private Bank, talent abounds in the new class joining Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program! Today, meet Paris Austell, Varsha Nagaraj and Morrie Bossen (all E&W 2023).
Recent Kellogg grads, Maria Alvarez Ribeiro (1Y 2020), Graham Burgess (2Y 2020), Lauren Meyer (2Y 2020) and Eric Rotterman (2Y 2020), share their experiences recruiting during the spring of 2020 — and advice to students on how to stay resilient.
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!
Ezinna Nwokonko (2Y 2021) shares her journey to Kellogg, navigating a virtual Product Marketing Manager internship at Facebook and what’s next in her career pursuits.
Team members of the Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management, Elise Madrick Townsend and Jennifer Paul, share how they leveraged the unique position of their department to launch the Equity Essentials video series.
“We all play a role in keeping the foot on the gas pedal, striving towards even greater gender equity and keeping the momentum going,” Marissa Wizig (2Y 2021) says, co-president of Kellogg’s Full-Time Women’s Business Association.
“The nature of work was diverse, but the core values driving our actions remained constant: how do we help all Chicagoans safely recover from this crisis in a way that is equitable, considering both short-term and long-term perspectives,” Grant Fineman (2Y 2021) says.
“The notion that plans, by their very nature, go awry and that situations can, and often do, rapidly deteriorate is as ubiquitous among Veteran experiences as the camaraderie forged through a shared crucible moment,” Ivy Chamness (MMM 2021) says.