Diversity & Inclusion

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Office of Diversity and Inclusion pay equity panel agrees a gap persists for women

An ODI panel including Dean Kevin Hallock, Michelle Duguid, and Susan Fleming discuss pay equity with the Women’s Management Council and Johnson Allies for Women.

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Full STEAM Ahead

Hilary Lashley Renison’s startup, Tinker & Fiddle, encourages children to learn and apply technology at the intersection of culinary arts, music, fashion, and gaming.

Maggie Chan Jones,MBA ’09, founder and CEO of Tenshey, seated in a red chair at a white table

Profile in Leadership: Maggie Chan Jones, MBA ’09, founder and CEO of Tenshey

Former SAP CMO Maggie Chan Jones launched executive coaching firm Tenshey to advance gender diversity and leadership development.

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Continuing the conversation: The second semi-annual Diversity Business Clubs Summit

At the Diversity Business Clubs Summit, students discussed the hurdles of increasing diversity in clubs and businesses and how to overcome them.

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A recipe for success: Reinventing Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness

The Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness (JBFA) student club focuses on issues of sustainability and farm-to-table eating in the Ithaca area.

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Sports Analytics Club: How business school helped me become my best self

Deon Provost, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on the newly founded Sports Analytics Club at Johnson and how he has been able to contribute to and grow from leadership in the club.

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DJ 2019 welcomes admitted Two-Year MBA students and their families to Johnson

Johnson faculty, staff, and current MBA students welcomed the admitted Two-Year MBA Class of 2021 during its annual Destination Johnson event.

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Johnson MBAs explore New Orleans on an “unofficial trek”

Johnson’s Two-Year MBAs planned an unofficial trek to New Orleans during February break, fostering camaraderie amongst classmates.

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Cornell MBA Africa Trek: Startups, safaris, and MasterCard, oh my!

Yewande Salau, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on Johnson’s trek to Kenya and South Africa in December.