Meet some of the students, faculty, and alumni who help make Booth a thriving and diverse community.
- February 21, 2022
Each February, the United States marks Black History Month with a celebration of the achievements and contributions of Black Americans both past and present. In honor of the occasion, we’re highlighting some inspiring Black members of our own community. In these stories, students, alumni, and faculty talk about confronting systemic racism, the lasting impact of a Booth MBA, what it means to be Black at Booth, and a lot more.
While he was a student in the Weekend MBA Program, Ernest Kabuye talked to us about his journey from Uganda to Booth, his desire to be part of Africa’s economic recovery, and how he is creating more opportunities for representation at Booth.How Representation Can Create a New Narrative
Activist and author Nova Reid spoke with Booth professor Jane Risen on how to create a more diverse, inclusive, anti-racist workplace and world.Confronting Systemic Racism and Leading Change in Organizations
Current students reflect on their experiences as part of the Booth community.Black Girl Magic: What It Means to Be a Black Woman at Booth
Chicago Booth has a steadfast commitment to building a more diverse and inclusive world and leading change within our own community. Learn more about our resources and opportunities for underrepresented students of color.
Love is in the air at Chicago Booth. Read about couples at Booth, past and present, along with more information about the Booth Partners club.Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Booth Couples Past and Present