Part of our ongoing effort to reinvigorate our alumni regional networks: A group gathers in Austin before the Christmas holiday.
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.
From Carl Bradford’s thank you note to Sterling Schoen: “This interaction has strengthened my confidence in my own abilities and potential to make the grade in business.”
Writes Alexander Cain: “Anderson faces the challenge of ignoring (race, sex and ethnicity in admissions decisions), but still striving for diversity.”
His MBA allowed him to take T-shirt King, the family business, to the next level. The Consortium opened the door so he could make a direct impact on others.