Stefano Ratto Schol (2Y 2022) share his growth as a leader in Peru and at Kellogg, and the long-term impact he hopes to make.
“We all had a duty to serve our countries and to feed our people while being safe,” Elsy Ocejo ’17 says.
“In many ways, my parents combined the best of their parents’ philosophies, and added their twist while cascading them to us. This awakes in me a calling to transcend,” Santiago Valdes (MMM, 2023) says.
“ ‘Siempre les voy a dar la mano’ means ‘I will always give them a hand,’ ” says Joel Salgado (2Y, 2023).
“My hope is to increase access to Gene Therapies in the rest of the world,” Sid Gupta (2Y, 2023) says.
“FinLit is incredibly empowering for first-generation students, first-generation Americans and any other individuals looking to navigate the financial landscape for the first time,” Adam Turville (JD-MBA, 2021) says.
“In our first 10 months, we have built a community of over 13,000 teachers and over 200 schools in Chile,” Santiago Ugarte Vial (1Y, 2021) says.
“Throughout my career I’ve been surrounded by strong, female leaders and mentors who have guided me, and now it’s my time to pay it forward.”
“We were excited about our startup idea because of the intersectional impact it could have,” reflects Ben Hackner (2Y, 2023) on their Social Impact Days pitch, NurseConnect.
“We live in a beautiful world, full of enriching experiences and inspiring people, and I hope to help others explore that,” Gonzalo Roque Rosales (2Y, 2022) says.