Celebrating Booth’s Top Marketing Talent
Since 2001, Kilts scholarships have supported outstanding second-year MBA students from a wide variety of backgrounds who demonstrate exceptional academic standing and a commitment to pursuing a career in marketing.
Abner interned at Groupon, where he developed a strategy for integrating new products into the daily deals mix and created a framework for making market entry/exit decisions.
Bennett will be an assistant brand manager of Old Spice at Procter & Gamble after he completes his MBA. Prior to Booth, he spent five years in equity research at Lehman/Barclays following the cosmetics, household, and personal care products sector.
Before coming to Booth, Berk was a web developer and information architect. She spent her summer as a marketing strategy intern at Orbitz, where she examined the overlapping audiences of online marketing campaigns..
Kassis interned at Google strategic partnerships organization, where he worked with the Business Intelligence team to develop data mining tools to support decision-making around Google Offers and search products.
Prior to Booth, Logas worked for four years in investment banking and management consulting. Logas interned at Walgreens, where he formulated the new pricing strategy for a major front-end retail product category. After graduation, Logas will join the Chicago office of Bain & Company.
Robinson was a senior design strategist and envisioner at Continuum, a global innovation-consulting firm. Over the summer, she worked as an innovation leadership program associate at Dow Corning, where she explored and identified future market opportunities for the company's technologies.