We celebrate Black History Month because Black history is American history. This is why I still celebrate.
6 months after graduation, I was asked to write a piece for ChiBus reflecting on my business school experience and the transition back into real life. In this reflection, I circled back to my original […]
The biggest most important update: Yes, I graduated and have a kick ass job. But, let me explain why I have been absentee and ground you in where I’m at and what’s next.
There are some things worth fighting for – available, adequate and accessible funds for all entrepreneurs to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams is one. Check out he work that I am doing with KINETIC and why I am hosting KINETIC-CON on April 10th!
Kwaku is the swaggiest sports marketer at Booth. He has taken his love of sports from the Bronx to one of the biggest CPG’s in the world.
This month’s reads are sagas – portrayals of life and love over many decades from the 1800s to now. They each in their own way represent our individual struggle to find purpose and happiness in life.
Alex is the most bad ass woman in Booth’s Class of 2021. Her story from protesting to traveling the world to opening up an art gallery makes her the unbelievable woman that she is. And she’s just getting started!
I had the honor of penning a piece on Black History Month for the Booth Experience Blog. It was a moving piece for me to write, and I hope it moves you a bit as well.
Everyone in the world is hoping to reach some semblance of normalcy in their lives, especially current and incoming business school students. For those of us that are here, the question is will be see some normalcy before this school year ends? Here’s my predictions and hope for each class.
I sat down with classmate and veteran Chris Payne for his podcast “Pivot Points” where we walk through my life, the pivotal decisions that I made and how I made them. Listen in!