Trailblazer Ony Mgbeahurike Strives to Effect Change, Advocate for Minorities and Champion Africa

Consortium alum Ony Mgbeahurike has found ways to merge his passion for his home continent Africa — and diversity and inclusion more broadly — with his business ambitions. Since making his mark at WashU’s Olin Business School, this marketing trailblazer has gone on to have an impact at Danone North America. Read more →

Like Father, Like Son: Teodoro Gonzalez Sr. and Jr. Discuss Their Differing Paths Through Business School

Father and Son Ted and Teo Gonzalez both decided to pursue an MBA after undergrad, but took divergent paths — Ted deciding to pursue finance at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler, Teo studying brand management at Tuck School of Business. They recently shared with us their experiences and where they’ve overlapped. Read more →

Feel Like a Fraud? You’re Not Alone: Career Coach Damali Harding Shares Tips on Beating Impostor Syndrome

Career coach Damali Harding shares tips on how to beat these feelings of unworthiness, known as impostor syndrome. Read more →

First-Year MBAs Share How They’re Building Community, Staying Focused Despite Challenges Posed by Pandemic

After weeks — and some trial and error — first-year MBAs have largely found their groove and established routines that will help them succeed. We checked in with members of The Consortium’s class of 2022 to see how the first semester is going and learned that, in spite of remote learning, they appear to be thriving. Read more →

Behind the Scenes with the Board of Trustees: Get to Know Dean Sambamurthy, Kavitha Bindra & Blair Sanford

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 Wisconsin’s Dean Vallabh Sambamurthy and Blair Sanford and Yale’s Kavitha Bindra. Read more →

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Trailblazer Ony Mgbeahurike Strives to Effect Change, Advocate for Minorities and Champion Africa

Born and raised in Nigeria, Ony Mgbeahurike has been a long-time champion for Africa and its people, culture and commerce — a passion that has expanded to the black community and diversity and inclusion more broadly. As a Consortium MBA fellow…

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