Yes! Hear from the Full-Time Women’s Business Association on hosting an Improv Reflections Workshop, which encouraged participants “to think out of the box and create opportunities for personal development that were unique, fun and interactive.”
“The Kellogg community’s eagerness to engage with each other, share their lives and reflect empowered us to keep the tradition going, while making it our own along the way.”
“I could not be more appreciative of the support that Kellogg provides. They truly care about all their students regardless of the program, and I think that is a unique differentiator among all the MBA programs out there,” says Peter Chung (2Y, 2022).
“It is humbling to have so many supportive people who want to help me succeed in making this company successful at a large scale,” Justin Allen (2Y, 2022) says.
“Today, Kellogg is preparing veterans to lead with purpose on the business frontier; it’s a new journey,” says Tom Vogel (EMBA, 2022).
“The next steps in my career required me to grow in my ability to effectively build coalitions, convey information, and draw from diverse networks,” Jason Kim (EMBA, 2022) says.
“During weekly dinners, my military ‘sea stories’ are often the least interesting at the table. Instead, I learn about a classmate’s experience living in a refugee camp for three years, or another classmate’s experience starting a successful startup,” Brendan McCreary (2Y, 2023) says.
“Having internalized the Air Force’s core values, which includes ‘Service Before Self,’ I believe we all find purpose and meaning in our lives when we act in service to something outside of ourselves,” Rick Adams (EMBA, 2022) says.
“During my last Naval assignment, I led a disaster relief preparedness mission in East Timor where I managed a wide variety of teams, from engineering to healthcare,” Sasha Sibilla (2Y, 2022) says.
“We are in a uniquely diverse community at Kellogg, which is an incredible asset that is important for us to leverage. I hope that participants will walk away with new tools to maximize this asset.”
“We all had a duty to serve our countries and to feed our people while being safe,” Elsy Ocejo ’17 says.