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In just four weeks, Sarah Kurtz McKinnon, MBA ’18, launched Pod School Prep in response to the childcare and education crisis that the country is facing due to COVID-19.
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While masks have become essential to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, complaints of personal comfort and fit of these devices persist. A recent Ross grad believes she’s found a solution.
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Dan Runcie, MBA ’14, started Trapital to unpack valuable business insights from the hip-hop industry and to highlight its vast impact.
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It’s been a challenging few months for lil’gourmets , a company founded by Shibani Baluja, MBA ’04, that provides nourishing, global, and organic veggie meals and snacks for young eaters. Fortunately, her retail expansion plans and impact work have continued.
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Many Michigan Ross Black alumni have started or gone on to lead small businesses around the world — before, during, and after their time in business school. Here's how you can support seven of these alumni for Black Business Month and beyond.
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Michigan Ross recent graduates Manu K. Malhotra and Rosalie Villapando were named among the 102 “Best & Brightest” Executive MBAs in the Class of 2020 by Poets&Quants.
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Stephen M. Ross, BBA '62, and Jeff T. Blau, BBA '90, have committed $6 million to help the Ross School of Business to further its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Powered by BackPac, a virtual volunteering app founded by three Michigan Ross, more than 40 Ross alumni from Southeast Michigan participated in contactless and virtual activities with local nonprofits to spread positivity in challenging times.
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Trusted by more than 50 percent of the Fortune 100, Trintech is on the rise. Led by CEO Teresa Mackintosh, BBA ’94/MBA ’01, the multinational accounting software firm was named one of Dallas’ Best and Brightest Companies.
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Nestidd’s co-founders Andrew Parker, BBA ‘11, and Tad Ritter, BA ‘12, and director of development Amanda Parker, BBA ‘17, are leading with purpose during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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