Dean Rajan and I discuss Booth’s Diversity and Inclusion Plan of Action.
We need to talk about racism in America. Let’s do it.
This month’s book list and reviews have some heavy hitters. These books will question your views of life, learning, poverty and religion.
It’s Booth’s Virtual Olympics and Team Phoenix came to kick ass in the Great Boothie Bake Off with a meal telling the story of the life of the Phoenix.
Native South Korean, Ji Hoon Lee, shares his story of commitment to exploration and growth from the Korean military to private equity to his new love – Angel Investing.
Chicago Booth’s New Venture Challenge is one of the biggest entrepreneurship accelerators in the country- and we’re in the finals!
This month’s books are HEAVY. Pun intended. But, they put perspective on our current reality.
Morehouse grad Fred Clark shares his story from being a club promoter in college to working in finance with Shell oil to becoming a marketing manager with the biggest soda company in the world – Coca Cola.
Online school is not what I signed up for. However, it is our new reality and we’re now in this together.
Small town girl Grace tells her story from Waterford, Pennsylvania to the halls of Yale to fighting gang crime with the NYPD. She’s proof that when looking at a person you could never guess their story.