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Alliance for Minority Business Students Hosts Harambee Celebration

Blog written by Tiffany Day, MBA 2014 Every year, the Alliance for Minority Business Students (AMBS) of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School hosts Harambee, a fashion show fundraiser for Global Scholars Academy in Durham, North Carolina. UNC Kenan-Flagler professor Dr. Johnson founded Global Scholars Academy (GSA) on August 19th 2009. GSA strives to create greater developmental equity for Durham youth who represent the greatest risks of academic failure due to significant social, economic, and educational challenges – individually and in their family, neighborhood, and community environments. Learn more about Dr. Johnson’s role and GSA. Each year we have over 50 volunteers from the MBA community plan and execute this event to give the UNC Kenan-Flagler community a flavor of fashion while contributing Read More

Unity in Diversity

Posted by Trisha. There are so many things that you can talk about when asked about Kenan-Flagler. One of the top reasons I chose to be here was because of the incredible diversity of the class. I knew I could learn the most when I could share my thoughts with friends from far and beyond, an experience that is unparalleled. The past 8 months have been the most amazing time. I have made friends from places I had just read about. I have enhanced my knowledge of their culture, traditions and economic issues (I tend to bring my ‘business self’ back every time I am swayed by a literary draft). I vividly recall answering hundreds of questions about India while Read More