Emory wins T.E.A.M. trophy for 2016 contributions to diversity, The Consortium

The Consortium awarded its 2016 T.E.A.M. trophy to Emory University Goizueta Business School, recognizing students’ contribution to diversity awareness and the mission of The Consortium. T.E.A.M. stands for “together, everyone achieves more.”

Emory students’ accomplishments that led to the recognition included:

  • Five Consortium students held the leadership positions of the business schools’ premier diversity event.
  • Consortium students supported the National Black MBA Association and the American Business Women’s Association in the annual breast cancer walk.
  • Students also tackled the topic of building engagement among CGSM students while in school. They hosted a game night entitled “real talk,” which was an opportunity for first-year students and second-year students to get to know each other outside of the classroom.
  • Eleven Consortium students participated in the annual volunteer event at orientation. The students netted a total of more than 30 volunteer hours.
  • The entering student government president was a Consortium student;
  • Two Consortium students were recipients of the core values award for demonstrating their commitment to the business principles of the Goizueta Business School.
  • Students participated in the business school’s annual diverse leadership conference and they connected with fellow Consortium liaisons at other schools in an effort to learn, grow and engage their students.

Watch the Video

Watch the moment at the 2016 Orientation Program & Career Forum when Emory was announced as the T.E.A.M. trophy award-winner.