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Feb 2018

LGBTQ MBA Clubs Month of Service

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During the month of February 2018, Reaching Out is working with clubs enrolled in the Club Affiliates Program to plan events across school campuses aimed at provided support to national and local community organizations. Analysis of previous years of the FriendFactor Competition have shown that there is a need for clubs to participate in more community initiatives to make a lasting impact.  This presents an opportunity for students in the LGBTQ MBA community to demonstrate their dedication to helping the broader LGBTQ movement progress by giving back to organizations focused on social impact. Clubs that decide to participate will sign a pledge committing to take part in community service and volunteering during the month of February.  Look for recaps of the work that the clubs have done next month!

 

Reaching Out MBA Month of Service Pledge

We hereby commit to participating in the Reaching Out MBA Month of Service and understand that our club will be listed through online and promotional resources under Reaching Out’s national campaign for Club Affiliates. We agree to identify (an) organization(s) whose mission aligns with our club’s values, and will communicate with leaders from the organization to identify a volunteer need that our club can achieve. We agree to maintain the integrity of the club and organization in all interactions and accept responsibility for any attention that may result from not completing the pledge.

Clubs Participating in the Month of Service

  • Out & Allied – Rice University, Jones School of Business
  • UNC KFBS Pride Club – University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School
  • Cohort Q – Boston University, Questrom School of Management
  • Out Network – Babson College, Olin School of Business
  • Scheller Pride – Georgia Tech, Scheller School of Business
  • Out&Allied – Carnegie Mellon Unviersity, Tepper School of Business
  • OutClass – New York University, Stern School of Business
  • Smith Pride Alliance – University of Maryland, Smith School of Business
  • Pride @ Kellogg – Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
  • HBS LGBT Student Association – Harvard Business School
  • EQual MBAs at McCombs – University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
  • Out4Business – The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
  • Out For Business – Cornell University, Johnson College of Business
  • Cluster Q – Columbia Business School

 

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Feb 2018

Black History Month

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At the start of Black History Month, we would like to acknowledge the importance and value of our Black LGBTQ MBA students, alumni, and business leaders. These members of our community face many intersections of identity, which come not only with challenges, but with great successes. Thank you for your leadership and visibility all year round.

The history of Black leaders is one of trailblazers who have pushed forward and navigated the ever-shifting pendulum of adversity and prosperity.  A great leader empowers others to lead, and through following their work may we all find an opportunity to rise up and make a difference in our community. We encourage you to read not only about the leaders of the past, but the leaders of today, beginning with the list below.

 


Patricia Lewis: Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Lockheed Martin

 


Paula Boggs:  Founder of Boggs Media, LLC

 


Tiq Milan: Speaker, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

 


Nadine Smith: Founder and CEO of Equality Florida

 


Tarell Alvin McCraney, Playwright

 


Rachel Robasciotti: Principal and Wealth Manager of Robasciotti & Philipson

 


Keith Boykin: CNN Political Commentator

 

 

 

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Dec 2017

LGBTQ MBA Admissions Webinars This Week!

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Are you an LGBTQ considering going to business school for your MBA?  If you are then you are in luck as two of our partner schools are hosting webinars with their admissions staff & LGBTQ clubs:

ADMISSIONS EVENT: MICHIGAN ROSS OUT FOR BUSINESS WEBINAR
December 6, 1-2pm ET

Join us to learn more about the Ross MBA experience from members of Ross Out For Business LGBTQA community. We’ll briefly highlight what differentiates Michigan Ross and provide an opportunity for students to talk with admissions staff and current MBA students.

Register here 

 

ADMISSIONS EVENT: USC MARSHALL PRIDE WEBINAR
December 7, 5-6pm ET

Join us for this webinar hosted by USC Marshall MBA Admissions and Marshall Pride to learn more about the Full Time or MBA.PM (Part-time) student experience at the USC Marshall School of Business. Come prepared to ask questions of our current student panelists!

 Register here

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