The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management seeks to enhance diversity in business education and leadership by helping to reduce the significant under-representation of African-Americans, Hispanic/Latino Americans and Native Americans in member schools’ enrollment and in the ranks of management. USC Marshall School of Business has been a member school since 1968.
USC Marshall Student Liaisons
A consortium of major corporations, leading business schools, and influential non-profit organizations, the Forté Foundation is a powerful change agent that provides information, scholarships and networking opportunities for talented women interested in leadership roles in business. The USC Marshall MBA Program is proud to be a member of the Foundation.
USC Marshall Forte Ambassadors:
Yuliana Mendez: Yuliana.Mendez.firstname.lastname@example.org
Laju Obasaju: Laju.Obasaju.email@example.com
MLT equips African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans with the skills, coaching and connections they need to lead organizations and communities worldwide. We propel our Rising Leaders at all stages: from college to a first job, from B-School to the C-Suite. More than 100 partners – corporations, social enterprises and universities – amplify our efforts and rely on us for top talent and data-driven insights into expanding the diverse leadership pipeline.
The mission of Prospanica is to increase the number of Hispanics graduating from MBA programs through scholarships, professional development, and mentorship.
National Black MBA Association strives to be the premier business organization serving Black professionals.
Founded in 1989 by Robert and Sue Toigo, the Toigo Foundation offers an Toigo MBA Fellowship. Their goal is to find and support the best minority MBA candidates with a passion for finance.
Reaching Out MBA focuses on connecting the LGBT MBA community. The organization, provides year round programming for students and professionals anchored by the annual ROMBA conference. USC Marshall participates in the MBA Summit & Expo for prospective LGBTQ students during the ROMBA conference. USC Marshall is also a participant in the Reaching Out LGBT MBA Fellowship.
The Friendfactor is an LGBT rights organization for straight friends. USC Marshall participates in the MBA Ally Challenge, a competition among business schools to build LGBT-inclusive campuses.