“As a Special Forces Soldier with almost 20 years of service, I specialized in Unconventional Warfare and had the privilege of working with some of the most talented people in the world.” On this Veterans Day, Julian Kitching (EMBA 2020) reflects on his leadership path and journey to Kellogg.
Sadie Howes (EMBA 2020), a Drake Scholar and member of cohort 119, reflects on how her scholarship, her cohort and the Kellogg admissions team led her to dream bigger.
“Kellogg’s curriculum development is another engine of innovation for the school.” Michael Mazzeo, Kellogg’s senior associate dean of curriculum and teaching, gives insight into curriculum development and new courses at Kellogg.
With Kellogg’s EMBA Program shifting to remote learning, we checked in with current students Abhishek Gautam and Kaitlin Roe (both EMBA 2021) and Professor Craig Wortmann ’95 to get an up-close look at their experience so far.
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. Joining the Evanston Campus, we’re proud to introduce Chris Rose, Mira Albert and Shalisa Kline Ugaz (EMBA 2022).
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. Joining the Miami Campus, we’re proud to introduce Megan Wenrich, Brandon Standifird and Bruce Plummer (EMBA 2022).
“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.
No matter to which Kellogg program you’re applying this fall, we have resources to help you organize your thoughts.
“The first year went by in a flash. I could already feel the program had changed me at a personal and professional level–but I didn’t know how much,” says Federico Valiente Bolaines (EMBA 2021).
“Learning from people from across the world has been the biggest uptake for me on a leadership level. Experiences vary in a pretty dramatic fashion, which has undoubtably broadened my appreciation for how leaders approach issues,” says Matthew Vacca (EMBA 2021).
Andres Idarraga (EMBA 2020, Youn Impact Scholar) and his company, Creci, won the Kellogg Social Entrepreneurship Award for their focus on small businesses as a sustainable investment option.