In honor of Pride Month, the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business shares this growing collection of stories to acknowledge the work that has been done, and the work that is yet to be done. Most importantly, we acknowledge our Scheller LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty and the vital roles they play in our community as thought leaders, innovators, and change makers. You belong.
Celebrating Pride Month
Scheller Pride Presidents Past and Present Work to Grow Representation, Allyship, and Queer Joy
Former Scheller Pride president Courtney Felinski, Full-time MBA ‘23, joins current president Christian Redondo, Full-time MBA ‘24, to discuss the club’s bright future. Felinski and Redondo have seen Scheller Pride grow in numbers and reach over their combined three years of service.
Meet the New President of Scheller Pride: Courtney Felinski Plans For Allyship Education, Intersectionality, and Growth
Courtney Felinski, Georgia Tech Scheller MBA student, is taking the reins as the new president of Scheller Pride, with plans to grow the club to its full potential.
Scheller Pride: The Origins and Hopes of Georgia Tech Scheller’s LGBTQIA+ Club
Learn about the origins of Scheller Pride, a student-led club created by MBA alum Alex Ortiz, and the plans current president Angel Daniels has for its future.
MBA Alumni Panel Addresses Integrating Personal Values in Professional Lives
A panel of Scheller College of Business alumni hosted by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business revealed how employees can be true advocates for sustainability and allies to social justice causes in their professional lives.
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Scheller Lunchtime Live: Allyship and Advocacy in the Workplace as an Everyday Practice, Featuring Tiffany Johnson
In this Lunchtime Live session, Dr. Tiffany Johnson discusses the big picture of allyship in the workplace.
Examining the ‘Bridging’ Role of Allies and Advocates in the Workplace
Professor Tiffany Johnson's research finds that bringing in a broker to mediate between workers can result in opportunities for growth.
Perspectives and Resources for LGBTQIA Allyship
Georgia Tech’s LGBTQIA Resource Center and Scheller Pride organization work to promote and lead in the important work of allyship. Hear perspectives and advice from Omar Mikawi, MBA student and Scheller Pride student leader, and Tegra Myanna, director of the LGBTQIA Resource Center.
LGBT+ in the Workplace: Career Advice From Georgia Tech Scheller Alums
Georgia Tech Scheller LGBT+ alumni Lisa Favors and Carter Hebert offer career advice to students and alumni about what to look for in an employer, discrimination in the workplace, and building community.
Georgia Tech Scheller Dean Alavi Hosts Conversation with Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Pioneer Nzinga Shaw
Dean Alavi hosts Nzinga Shaw, as she discusses lessons learned from her experience creating diversity, equity, and inclusive programs within organizations.
Blacks in Business, Net Impact, and Women in Business: Scheller MBA Clubs Discuss Allyship
The Blacks in Business, Net Impact, and Women in Business MBA clubs at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business cohosted an event on allyship where groups discussed submitted student experiences.
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