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Berkeley Haas MBAs Demonstrate the Power of a Single Person to Advance Social, Racial Justice


Putting The Consortium’s mission to work, MBA students Afraz Khan and Jude Watson are uplifting the voices of underrepresented — and sometimes undervalued — groups. Through their active commitment to bringing about social and racial justice, they are doing their

Alumni | Consortium | Featured

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


2020 has been a year like no other — a global pandemic, the worst recession since the Great Depression and a nationwide reckoning with racial injustice. Yet, amidst all of this uncertainty, one thing has become increasingly clear: Americans want

Featured | Students

Cultural Rediscovery: How One MBA Found His Professional Path While Hitchhiking South America


For Eric Goytia Nummedal, a first-year MBA and Consortium fellow at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, all it took was 13 months and thousands of miles wandering across South America to find his direction in …