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The First Latina MBA Council President-Elect at Ross, Evalynn Rosado Has Learned the Power and Importance of Cultivating a Sense of Place


From often feeling like an outsider as a first-generation student of color to feeling a sense of pride at becoming the first Latina MBA Council president-elect at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Evalynn Rosado has found

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Ross MBA Alumnus Edward Beltran Is Helping Companies Improve Their Culture One Conversation at a Time


Edward Beltran is an advocate for being uncomfortable.

As a young man, discomfort was something that was first thrust upon him — as he experienced the gentrification of his San Jose, Calif., neighborhood — and, eventually, something that he sought

Featured | Students

Michigan Ross MBAs Launch First-of-Its-Kind Health Equity Case Competition Inspired by Henrietta Lacks


Brittani Banks and Ana Taylor, both second-year MBAs and Consortium fellows at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, share a passion for tackling health inequities and disparities. With numerous historical examples of research studies conducted on individuals

Consortium | Featured | Students

Consortium MBAs Launch Color of Change Campaign to Spark Positive Change for the Black Community


Roused by recent racial injustices, including the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and other members of the black community, a group of Consortium MBAs felt compelled to act. Together, they launched a fundraising initiative to …