Lalu Beré (2Y 2019) recaps the Hear My Story event – which was organized by the Kellogg Black Management Association as part of Black History Month – and shares how black women have inspired her interest in social impact.
Inside Kellogg asked members of the Kellogg Black Management Association to discuss how they celebrated Black History Month with the greater Kellogg community. Natalie Jones (2Y 2019) shares a family story that demonstrates the importance of recording memories and celebrating predecessors.
Inside Kellogg asked members of the Kellogg Black Management Association to share how they celebrated Black History Month with the greater Kellogg community. Myah Smith (2Y 2018) discusses the importance of curiosity, knowledge-sharing and empathy.
Daniel Flatley (2Y 2018), president Kellogg Veterans Association, shares how Kellogg helped him bring his active-duty experiences to a cohesive learning environment.
Leah Potkin (E&W 2018) shares her strategy behind not choosing a major, and how she respects the fact that Kellogg gave her that option.
Per Stephanie Proesel (EMBA 2019): “The next two years of countdowns, challenges, ups and downs, enrichment and engagement will be two of the most memorable years of our professional lives.”
As part of our EMBA Launch Week recap series, Sybil Thomas (EMBA 2019) describes how some of her initial anxieties were assuaged by joining the EMBA 114 family.
Maryann Pellot (EMBA 2015) and Karlo Young (EMBA 2015) share their story and some sage advice for current and prospective Kellogg EMBA students.
Orientation Week is a week-long immersion taken at the beginning of the Kellogg Executive MBA Program. Elsy Ocejo, the cohort ambassador for EMP 104, shares her tips for making the most out of the week. By Elsy Ocejo For most Executive MBA students, at least one decade has passed since being a student. It’s easy… Continue reading
By Darren Adams “Get outside yourself… Our students gain the clarity of focus they need to build transformational organizations that can thrive and seize new market opportunities in today’s fast-paced global economy.” From my first day at Kellogg when Dean Blount shared this speech with our class, I decided to take this challenge on…. Continue reading
When Ann Drake ’84 graduated from Kellogg, she immediately set her sights on a formidable challenge: transforming her family business from a warehousing service to one positioned for the 21st century. Drake’s confident leadership style allowed her to expand the business, forming DSC Logistics, a supply chain company equipped to adapt to the new challenges… Continue reading
Kourtney Ratliff ’10 was recently recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ “40 under 40.” Ratliff, a partner with Chicago-based financial firm Loop Capital, was recognized both for her professional achievements and for her willingness to help others. In 2013, Ratliff gave $125,000 to her alma mater, University of Miami, to endow a scholarship that empowers the next generation of… Continue reading