Jeremy Anderson ’19 In addition to producing leadership co-curricular programming, The Kravis Leadership Institute (KLI) conducts high-level academic research. KLI faculty, staff, and students continue to partner to produce research insights featured in academic articles, books, and presentations at national and regional conferences. Fullerton Longitudinal Study The Fullerton Longitudinal Study (FLS), which began in 1979 […]
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.
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 […]
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, […]
On February 20th KLI hosted the 24th Kravis-De Roulet Conference, Women’s Leadership Journey’s Revealed: Style, Attributes and Impact. Women leaders in business, politics, technology, and academia left the audience feeling empowered and equipped to embark on their own journeys to impactful leadership.
By Jeremy Anderson ‘19 “Every student at this campus is someone with a story, a story worth telling and knowing.” It was probably sometime during my walk back to my residence hall from McKenna Auditorium that I came to this same realization expressed by Sara-Rose Bockian ’17. We had spent our Friday afternoon sharing some […]
By Austin Gosch ‘18 To me, leadership is the act of being able to stand at the head of a group, make educated decisions about the future, and listen to and effectively communicate all of the people you represent. Although the idea of leadership seems simple, it is difficult to fully exemplify. There are a […]
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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 […]
By Jeremy Anderson ’19 The 24th Kravis-de Roulet Conference, hosted by the Kravis Leadership Institute (KLI) and Claremont McKenna College (CMC) on Saturday, February 20, 2016, centers on “Women’s Leadership Journeys Revealed: Attributes, Styles, and Impact.” The conference, which began in 1990 and funded jointly by an endowment from Henry R. Kravis and the de […]