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Johnson BusinessFeed

Celebrating Women Leaders: Meet Dimakatso Hayes MBA ‘22

Hayes discusses her views on leadership, advice she has received on leading, and what she believes leadership will look like in the future.

Karina Popovich ’23
Dyson BusinessFeed

Student, Founder, Leader

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re telling the stories of women student leaders from across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics […]

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

The Extroverted, Yet Silent Leader: Jenniviv Bansah

Jenniviv Bansah, a senior undergraduate student in the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration, has held numerous leadership positions across campus. Her involvement in clubs and activities […]

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Leading So People Want to Follow

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we spoke with students from across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business about their experiences as women student leaders. Kyra Roach ’22 is […]

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Celebrating Women Leaders: Meet Stefanie Cainto, MBA ’23

Stefanie Cainto MBA ’23 discusses what good leadership looks like, her goals for growth as a leader, and the best advice she’s received.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Rumbidzai Mangwende ’23 is Finding Leadership in Community

Rumbidzai Mangwende ’23—a Dyson undergraduate and founder of EthosSphere—is learning what it means to be a leader in the Cornell community.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Celebrating Women Student Leaders

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is celebrating Women’s History Month by sharing the experiences of women student leaders from across the college’s three schools. Each student leader has […]

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Perspectives: Why sometimes it’s better to listen first

Valerie Hanke, Two-Year MBA ’23, dives deeper into the leadership skill of compassion and how it relates to active listening.

Mama Said Hand Pies owners Hiroko Takashima and Gabe Flores sitting at a table with a plate of hand pies in front of them and smiling
Johnson BusinessFeed

Mama Said Hand Pies empowers creative passion by adopting a business mindset

Big Red Microenterprise coaches Benjamin Goulet and Devashish Sharma helped Mama Said Hand Pies transition from a farmer’s market stall to a shopfront.