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Johnson BusinessFeed

Using Open Data, Natalie Grillon Makes Supply Chains Collaborative and Transparent

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise celebrates 20 for 20 honoree Natalie Grillon, MBA ’12, CEO of Open Supply Hub.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

He Couldn’t Find a Kids’ Book about Ithaca—So He Wrote One

Dave Walden, MBA ’10, pens a lively volume that takes two young travelers to Collegetown, hockey games, state parks, and more.

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Nolan BusinessFeed

Amanda Friedman Creates Concepts, Services, and Products that Make People Smile

10 Under 10 honoree Amanda Friedman oversees design, construction, and development of brand standards for SAMBAZON Açaí Bowls.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Amanda Jang, MBA ’24, gained perspective on effective and authentic leadership

Amanda Jang’s biggest takeaway during her at Cornell was the importance of having strong interpersonal skills.

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Nolan BusinessFeed

Elizabeth Barrett ’24 Reflects On Her Nolan School Experience

Elizabeth Barrett will always remember how Cornell made her feel like she was capable of achieving anything.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Honoring Legacy and Leadership: Highlights from the Johnson School’s Big Red Bash

The Johnson School community celebrated distinguished alumni Anne Chow ’88, MEng ’89, MBA ’90, Barry W. Ridings, MBA ’76, and Marques E. Zak, MBA ’10.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

SC Johnson College Announces its 10 Under 10 Notable Alumni for 2024

The Dyson School, Johnson School, and Nolan School celebrate 10 notable alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Robert Libby to be Inducted Into Accounting Hall of Fame

For his more than 50 years of research, teaching, and industry service, accounting professor Robert (Bob) Libby is one of three 2024 inductees to the American Accounting Association (AAA) Accounting of Hall of Fame.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

First-gen students, alumni connect in mentorship program

The new Accelerator Scholars Program provides first-generation Dyson and Nolan School students with mentorship, networking, knowledge and skills.