End-of-life care can be challenging under any circumstances. Carey MBA students are helping find business solutions some of the unique challenges Native Americans face in gaining access to end-of-life care.
Current Carey student Kyler McGillis created an organization that provides indigenous students with guidance, mentorship, advocacy, and networking opportunities to reach their educational success.
A nine-day journey through the mountains helps students develop “leadership muscle” to be agile for business teams they’ll lead.
A group project in a unique full-time MBA course may hold promise for cancer detection and health care equity, if someone is willing to invest.
Tomorrow’s leaders are already working with unwavering humanity. And they’ve already collaborated with Baltimore business owner J.J. Reidy (FTMBA ’15) to make a difference for hundreds of Baltimoreans.
Two graduates with disabilities represent graduating class at Carey’s 2022 Summer Commencement ceremony.
This year’s Spring 2022 Commencement was the first-time an in-person graduation was held since 2019, as result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three MA/MBA dual degree students received a total of $55,000 at the MICA Up/Start Venture Competition. Their ventures focused on providing diverse and equitable solutions in the workplace.
In just 12 years, adults older than 65 will outnumber children in the U.S., and by 2060, the number of 85-plus will triple. Companies with a culture of strong leadership and a skilled, committed workforce will be able to thrive by meeting the needs of an...
Andrea Weiss, founder and chief executive officer of The O Alliance, a global consulting network focused on the transformation of consumer commerce, is the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s May 2022 graduation ceremony.
Many companies are undergoing a culture shift, from “my space” to “our space.” Getting it right is essential to attracting top talent.
Businesses and business schools have a vital role to play in advancing equity in America, and yet despite a growing commitment to diversity and a wealth of talent from which to draw, there are too few people of color in corporate leadership roles.