Tag Archives: racial justice


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

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NASCAR CDO Brandon Thompson Envisions Sport Fueled by Diversity & Inclusion, United by Love of ‘Fast Cars’


In late spring 2020, as people of all races and ethnicities took to the streets to voice their discontent following the killing of George Floyd, many organizations quickly followed suit. Across industries and sectors, companies began issuing statements of solidarity

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USC Marshall’s Coalition 4 Change Takes Home First Place in John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition


More than to simply advance their careers, Consortium MBAs Isabella Palacios, Elizabeth Blasser, Aria Aaron and Michelle Matsuba are empowered to use their MBA education to effect change in corporate America. On January 21, the women — all members of

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


In the early days of June, at the height of protests over nationwide racial injustices, Brian Mitchell, associate dean of the full-time MBA program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, hosted a check-in Zoom call with rising second-years about

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


Although separated by nearly 55 years and more than 800 miles, C. Vernon Mason can still distinctly recollect his time at Atlanta’s Morehouse College — a period defined by the social, racial and political unrest that was then sweeping the