Alumni

book cover, Has Anyone Seen Normal?
Enterprise

Helping kids get perspective on the new “normal”

A new children’s picture book by Ace Stryker, MBA ’16, and his wife, Lacy, helps kids to cope with life during COVID-19.

Globe in the hands of a businesswoman
Johnson BusinessFeed

Plan now for a new, post-COVID-19 world, urges top Bain executive Hernan Saenz III, MBA/MILR ’98

Senior leaders need to both manage through the COVID-19 crisis and redefine business models and strategy for a post-pandemic world.

Kaya Ladejobi sitting next to a client and looking at a laptop screen
Enterprise

Earn Into Wealth offers guideposts to wealth building

Kaya Ladejobi, MBA ’13, founded Earn Into Wealth, a financial planning firm for Gen X and Y women, URMs and HENRYs (High Earners Not Rich Yet).

Fisk Johnson in a diving suit above water holding plastic waste in the ocean
Enterprise

Fisk Johnson, CEO of SC Johnson: A champion in the crusade against plastic ocean waste

SC Johnson CEO Fisk Johnson talks about why ending plastic ocean waste is important to him, his company, and human life on this planet.

A man crosses a stream in a rugged landscape
Johnson BusinessFeed

Jamie Hunt, MBA ’13, reflects on his experience as a Park Fellow and living with impact

A Q&A with alumnus Jamie Hunt outlines his Johnson memories, the creation of the Patagonia Leadership Expedition, and his insights on making an impact.

Tim Brown and Sandy Argabrite in the lab at Evolve Biosystems
Enterprise

Better health for babies’ bellies

Most American infants can’t digest 15 percent of the nutrients in breast milk. Three Cornellians are working to change that.

Ann Richards speaking in 2016
Johnson BusinessFeed

Celebrating Ann Richards’s 32 remarkable years at Johnson

Known both for the warmth of her smile and her expertise, Ann Richards actively promoted diversity in Johnson’s residential MBA programs.

Larry Ruff and Cynthia Saunders-Cheatham seated on a stage and speaking to a room full of people
Johnson BusinessFeed

Celebrating diversity in the workplace

Diversity Symposium speaker Larry Ruff, MBA ’82, relates why diversity and inclusion is good for business as well as the right thing to do.

pictured left to right: Marmeline Petion-Midy '95, MBA ’00, Dean Mark Nelson, and Larry Ruff, MBA ’82
Johnson BusinessFeed

Johnson celebrates 20 years of diversity and inclusion

Johnson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion honors diversity awards recipients and marks 20 years of supporting woman, URM, and LGBTQ leaders.