“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.”
“I hope to invest capital in and support founders and businesses scaling the next wave of innovation that improves lives around the globe.” Melissa Kandinata (2Y, 2022) says.
“Impact is a daily action that you live out by approaching every day attempting to give more than you receive,” Thomas Curran (2Y, 2022) says.
“Impact to me means making a difference with the actions I take and with the people around me,” Karen Desai (2Y, 2022) says.
“I love how MBAi combines the heart and soul of the business with the future that we all know is coming – artificial intelligence,” said Raisul Chowdhury (MBAi, 2023).
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