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  1. KLI Welcomes Gemma Bulos, Director of Social Innovation and Impact

    Photo of Gemma Bulos, KLI Director of Social Innovation and Impact KLI welcomes Gemma Bulos to the KLI Team! Gemma is a multi award-winning serial social entrepreneur (SocEnt) having launched three organizations in three continents prior to joining the KLI staff. As the Founding Director of the Global Women’s Water Initiative, she trains grassroots women in […]

    Posted February 1, 2017 in KLI Community, News, Staff
  2. The Passing of Meredith Brenalvirez ’80

    Photo of Meredith Brenalvirez ’80 Dear CMC Community, We would like to share very sad news that our board member Meredith Brenalvirez ’80 passed away on December 24th.  We feel so fortunate to have had Meredith with us this past year at our Kravis-de Roulet conference on Women’s Leadership Journeys Revealed and at a Kravis […]

    Posted January 10, 2017 in Advisory Board, KLI Community, News
  3. KLI Welcomes David Day, Professor of Psychology, Academic Director of the Kravis Leadership Institute

    It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our new academic director of the Kravis Leadership Institute, David V. Day.  David brings to us a rich background in the application and study of leadership development.  In addition to his leadership role at KLI, David will hold the Steven L. Eggert ’82 P’15 Chaired […]

    Posted January 6, 2017 in Faculty, KLI Community, News
  4. KLI’s Special Event: A Reflection of a Private Collection

    KLI Students posing for a photo during dinner at the home of Mr. Christopher Walker '69

    KLI Students posing for a photo during dinner at the home of Mr. Christopher Walker ’69 By: Hunter Kettering ’20 The feeling of awe was instantaneous as soon as I entered this special home, enjoyed an assortment of memorable hors d’oeuvres and the world’s greatest cheese (literally), downed a glass of champagne, and looked over […]

    Posted December 16, 2016 in Events, KLI Community, News
  5. Leadership and Presidential Character in the 2016 Election

    By Connor Bloom ’19 Every four years Americans elect someone to the highest office in the land to lead the United States into the future. Over time, the set of skills and qualifications that a candidate must have to be considered a viable option for President have changed drastically. In electing a President, voters have […]

    Posted November 7, 2016 in KLI Community, News
  6. KLI Welcomes two new Advisory Board Members, Michael Barr ’93 and Brandon Lee ’92

    The Kravis Leadership Institute welcomes two new Advisory Board Members, Michael Barr ’93 and Brandon Lee ’92. Please join us in welcoming our newest members who will be joining our current Advisory Board. To learn more about their background and work, you can view their biographies below. Michael Barr ’93 Partner, Sterling Investment Partners Mike […]

    Posted August 30, 2016 in Advisory Board, KLI Community, News
  7. A Discussion with Kravis Fellow Athena Chiera

      Kravis Fellow, Athena Chiera, discusses how she got involved with KLI, her experience at CMC, and her position as Vice President of Development at Athena Engineering. Athena also talks about an event she is helping KLI run this summer regarding the responsibility of Board Members of Non-Profit Institutions.  

    Posted April 8, 2016 in KLI Community, Kravis Fellows, News
  8. Candid Conversations: Women Leaders Speak Openly with Claremont Students at the Women and Leadership Workshop

    By Jessica Azerad ‘17 On Friday, February 19, 2016, the Claremont Colleges Women and Leadership Alliance held the sixth annual Women and Leadership Workshop. This event was designed to support students during their time of preparation for post-graduation opportunities and employment, allowing them to connect with each other and successful women leaders representing various fields […]

  9. Empowered! The Impact of KDR 2016

    We asked four diverse women to share with Illumine how the 24th Kravis-de Roulet Conference: Women’s Leadership Journey’s Revealed impacted them. Lauren Mounts ’18 is a sophomore at CMC majoring in International Relations and Economics, Jiin Jung is a doctoral student in social psychology at Claremont Graduate University, Barbara Duggan is Senior Litigation Counsel, Employment, […]

    Posted March 15, 2016 in KLI Community, News
  10. Prof. Conger Talks about his Father and Khrushchev

    By CJ Novogradac    Professor Conger tells a story of his father, who worked for the US State Department, and an experience he had with the former Premier of the USSR, Nikita Khrushchev. This particular experience illustrates the importance of being both persistent and personable to reach even the most stubborn of individuals. Prof. Conger […]

    Posted February 11, 2016 in Faculty, KLI Community, News