First-Year MBAs Share How Connections They’ve Made, Understanding They’ve Gained Is Helping Them Set Goals in 2021

With the first semester complete, first-year MBAs are feeling more confident in their abilities and are looking forward to the next semester. We checked in with members of The Consortium’s class of 2022 to see what they gained during their first semester and how they’re using what they learned to set goals in 2021. Read more →

MBAs Launch John Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition to Bring Together Students, Companies Seeking Meaningful Change

The brainchild of Emory MBA Willie Sullivan, the competition brings together teams of students from colleges and universities across the country — including many Consortium member schools — to answer the question, “How can corporations best use their various resources to address issues of racial justice?” Read more →

Behind the Scenes with the Board of Trustees: Get to Know Prashant Malaviya, James Holmen & Bryan Johnson

As part of a new monthly series, we encourage you to go behind the scenes with us to get to know members of our Board of Trustees, beyond just their professional titles. This month, get to know Georgetown’s Prashant Malaviya, Indiana’s James Holmen and Michigan’s Bryan Johnson. Read more →

Capitalism at a Crossroads: Amid Uncertainty, Americans Want Companies to Prioritize Workers, Equity & Social Issues, Poll Reveals

Amidst the uncertainty of 2020, one thing has become clear: Americans want an economy that works for everyone and believe companies have a significant role to play toward achieving this. Results from an annual JUST Capital survey reveal where Americans think companies should be focusing their efforts. Read more →

From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter: Consortium Inaugural Fellow Rev. Dr. C. Vernon Mason Reflects on How Far We've Come

For Vernon Mason, a child of the pre-civil rights South, faith and justice have always been intertwined, fueling his careers in business, law and theology. A member of The Consortium’s inaugural class, Mason shares how the organization was and remains a bright light during dark times. Read more →

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First-Year MBAs Share How Connections They’ve Made, Understanding They’ve Gained Is Helping Them Set Goals in 2021

With the first semester complete, first-year MBAs are feeling more confident in their abilities and are looking forward to the semester ahead. Many have already set goals for the new year and are excited about what their second semester will…

Read more on the blog →