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Kilts Marketing Fellowship

Kilts Marketing FellowshipThe Kilts Marketing Fellowship is awarded each year to select incoming Full-Time MBA students who plan to pursue a career in marketing. Past Kilts Marketing Fellows have gone on to leadership roles at companies such as Procter & Gamble, Google, Johnson & Johnson, Amazon, Starbucks, and American Express.

Kilts Marketing Fellows receive significant tuition support and access to a dedicated network of alumni with careers in technology, marketing, general management. This component provides fellowship recipients with an unparalleled opportunity to interact with alumni across industries and job functions, giving them an edge over their peers when they are ready to enter the job market. Kilts Marketing Fellows also have opportunities to engage with Booth faculty members at special events.

Class of 2023 Kilts Marketing Fellows


Top row from left: Saron Strait (mentored by Dilini Fernando, '11), Noha Sahnoune (mentored by Jess Peet, '14), Peter Pilone (mentored by Sibo Zhao, '13), Andrew Lindner (mentored by Satyajeet Salgar, '07), Aizik Zimerman (mentored by Bobby Mehta, '81)

Middle row from left: Komala Madineedi (Weekend MBA; mentored by Kate Johnson, '14), Alice Xing (Weekend MBA; mentored by Zimran Ahmed, '03), Grace Burns (mentored by Kurt Schmidt '90), Haley Tighe (mentored by Ted Wright, '00), Tanvi Mago (mentored by Jamie Rubinstein, '17)

Bottom row from left: Nivetha Samy (mentored by Banks Baker, '05), Kiran Chen (mentored by Eunice Kim, '05), Ale Cuevas De La Fuente (mentored by Snigdha Goyal, '13), Bri Cary Wang (mentored by Lee Hillman, '79), Not Pictured: Arun Thiagarajun (Weekend MBA; mentored by
Akankshu Dhawan, '15)


Onward and Upward

Since 2006, we have awarded fellowships to more than 75 students who have gone on to successful careers at some of the world’s most innovative companies, including these three outstanding alumni:

Becoming a Kilts Marketing Fellow

Marketing fellowships are awarded to incoming students for the Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, and Weekend MBA programs. All admitted students are considered for a marketing fellowship as part of the admissions process. However, candidates must plan to choose a concentration in marketing, plan to pursue a marketing or general management career after graduation, and have a demonstrated track record of professional and academic excellence.

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