University of Michigan Graduate Students spend time working with Connecting for Good; Local Kansas City & Digital Divide leadership

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Huge thanks to the four Master’s students from University of Michigan Ross Business School for their work with CEO Tom Esselman, COO Rick Deane and the entire CFG staff this past week.

This is the 2nd year U of M students have worked with the organization to refine processes and provide recommendations for future program enhancements. They also had a chance to meet with local Kansas City leadership as well as those organizations focused on bridging the digital divide throughout our community.

We can’t wait to read about what these students learned and how they think our programs can be made better! Watch for some great ideas being implemented soon!

Team IBAM consists of Iris Nguyen, Mikaela Rodkin, Aaron Steiner, and Blake Van Fleteren, members of the Ross MBA Class of 2017.

Follow #RossOpenRoad to learn more.

Open Road is sponsored by the Zell Lurie Institute, the Center for Social Impact, and General Motors.

03. June 2016 by Michael Levine
Categories: News | 1 comment

One Comment

  1. Last year’s report from the MBA team was SO insightful! Can’t wait to hear what the new team has to say this year.

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