Check out my interview with Chicago Booth on my fireside chat between entertainer and activist Amanda Seales on the topic, “She Be Knowin’: The Intersection of Comedy and Activism.” I share a bit on my discussion with Seales, the power of storytelling, and the importance of broadening our horizons.
Check out my article on the Chicago Business Newsletter on The Boothie Book Club and how I use reading to network and build relationships! (You can also see our past book nominations )
Akinade Aderele is on a mission to bring the stories of Africa to the international airwaves with his podcast “Pod Save Africa”. He believes that people are finally understanding that Africa is going to be a BIG DEAL, and is bringing entrepreneurs and experts from across the diaspora to tell us listeners what is actually happening across the continent.
Dual-Modality learning was supposed to be a solution to appease all students in the wake of COVID-19. Here’s why it sucks.
This month’s books are all concerning in various ways. Whether you are concerned about your sleep, the state of race in America or how far you will go for love – each of these reads will leave you will more knowledge, but even more questions.
Owen is unquestionably intellectually and academically curious. Raised in Tokyo and Singapore, Owen brings his worldview and skillsets into every endeavor that he pursues as a joint MBA & Computer Science Masters Candidate.
Getting my absentee ballot has been a nightmare. This should be a simple process. Am I the only American struggling to exercise my right to vote? Let’s chat.
The Brink Election Guide helps Americans with Disabilities vote. Stephen Puiszis is on a mission to make sure that every American has equal access on election day.
If there’s one business book that you need to read – it’s probably this one.
Hector and Felipe are committed to changing what education looks like in Latin America. Their solution, Leved, will democratize access to education.