Working Together for Positive Change
John Kluge MBA’17, Cheryl Kiser, and the student group The Usurpers have been featured in the most recent issue of Babson Magazine. The story, Working Together for Positive Change, dives into the students’ desire to see the role of business in society more intentionally integrated into the MBA experience, and shares the path that ultimately led to the creation of the Business & Social Innovation Intensity Track this past spring. The story is a powerful illustration of Babson students working with multiple stakeholders to create the change they want to see inside of Babson in order to shape their pathways beyond the campus.
The ability to effect change is a trait we strive to cultivate in all students we connect with, and is at the core of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®. Congratulations to John, the Usurpers, and all our Intensity Track graduates, and thank you for your indelible contribution to Babson and for being the changemakers that you are.