Meisha Robinson is the founder of “I Am, We Are,” a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit dedicated to creating a world where all youth are socially engaged, globally aware, and economically free.
Consortium members at the Kelley School of Business observed the national holiday by participating in a variety of service and activism activities at Indiana University.
Dartmouth alumnus Ramsey Jay Jr.: “I commend President Obama for his exemplary service to our nation, his ability to instill an unwavering sense of confidence in the resilient spirit of Americans, and leadership through both trial and triumph.”
Mark Linao, a Consortium member who received his MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, shows the numbers illustrating the lack of venture capital diversity.
This guest blog post on networking advice was written by Ramsey Jay Jr., Consortium fellow (Dartmouth, 2005) and a Wall Street-trained finance professional. He’s also the author of the forthcoming book, Empowering Dreamers to Become Achievers. Networking is defined as…