A Little Present for Ya

Hello from the great beyond! (By the great beyond, I of course mean this mystical time post-MBA graduation.) Predictably, my second year at Kellogg was just as crazy as the first one, but I did manage to graduate in June (yay!) and have been traveling and spending time with family and friends as I skate into a January start date in consulting.

Now, since I’ve got some time on my hands and Round 2 application deadlines are just around the corner, I want to offer some time up to the lovely folks still reading this blog. I’m offering essay reviews to the first two people to contact me about this blog post.

Hope you’re all having a super lovely holiday!

Image courtesy of Universal Pictures.


#OscarsSoWhite: A Perspective on Diversity in Hollywood

It’s been a while since my last post, which unfortunately isn’t a surprise because business school is ridiculous. I survived recruiting and have a lot of thoughts about the start of school, so expect new posts to come your way before too long (hopefully) about that.

In the meantime, I want to share a piece I wrote for Kellogg’s student news startup #daybreaK (think The Skimm for Kellogg, started by my awesome friend Rachel) about diversity and the Oscars:

#OscarsSoWhite is so hot right now. And it’s an extension of a larger conversation this past year about diversity in Hollywood across both racial and gender lines. As a biracial woman who worked in entertainment, I’m passionate about this convo and have been keeping up as best I can (thanks a lot, recruiting).

So as we head into Oscars weekend, here is some background for you to explore.

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