“Sneakers are icons of signaling. They are a cultural starting point for sharing our identity. From the brand to the style to how they are worn, every detail of a sneaker tells a story about us.” Ariel Bacal (EMBA 2020) and Alfredo Cottin (EMBA 2016) share the co-founding of Blanx.
As an international student, Reme Fernandez (2Y 2020) realized that “recruiting in the U.S. has unique nuances that might not be immediately obvious to International students, but which are crucial to understand and embrace in order to be successful.” Below she imparts the lessons she learned while recruiting in the U.S.
Fiona Li (2Y 2020) is a former journalist who found the best springboard at Kellogg to launch into a career in finance. Kicking off a series from the Greater China Club (GCC), Fiona shares her academic experience as an International student and the courses that impacted her the most.
When flights were canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Matthew Temple ’93, senior director of alumni career and professional development, and his GIM class pivoted to virtually connect with prominent Kellogg alumni to gain a better understanding of the business and market dynamics of Cambodia and Vietnam.
Michael Labate (EMBA 2019) discusses how his experience on the EMBA Program’s Miami campus has changed his professional life.
Discover more about Kellogg’s global electives from Cady Dolan Johnson (EMBA 2018), who shares her experience in Portugal advising famed wine company, Adega Mayor.
Julie Weber Ugarte (EMBA 2018) shares how the TechVenture India elective enhanced her EMBA experience and deepened her perspective on the merits of the Kellogg global network.
As Beatriz Buendia (EMBA 2018) nears the end of her EMBA journey in Miami, she shares some of the anxieties that had initially held her back from seeking an MBA and the support system that helped her overcome her doubts.
Maryann Pellot (EMBA 2015) and Karlo Young (EMBA 2015) share their story and some sage advice for current and prospective Kellogg EMBA students.
Libby Weiss (EMBA 2017) provides an insider’s view of the event, which celebrated 20 years of the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA program in Evanston and Tel Aviv.
According to a CNNMoney analysis, women hold 14.2% of the top five leadership positions in S&P 500 companies. And looking lower down the pipeline to women in profit-loss roles — a group commonly gleaned for future CEOs — women also lag behind. In a time when men dominate executive positions, it’s crucial for women to… Continue reading
Israel has more startups per capita than any other country, yet the thriving startup scene, sometimes referred to as Silicone Wadi, has less venture capitalists and angel investors than its American, European and Asian counterparts. Shelly Hod Moyal ’13 (Kellogg-Recanati), co-founder of equity crowdfunding platform (next generation VC) iAngels, is on a mission to change… Continue reading