At business school, I wanted to connect with like-minded peers who would push the boundaries of diversity, have meaningful conversations around inclusion, and drive change in the workplace to address challenges faced by Latino Americans. [...]
I chose to attend Harvard Business School for three primary reasons: the case method, increased support for entrepreneurship, and diversity of experiences of its students and faculty.
I am at HBS because it is a place that enables change, and I hope to leverage the skills I learn here to drive more opportunities for diversity in the workplace for Latinos like me. [...]
I have to admit that before I applied to HBS I was slightly intimidated by the brand, and I wasn’t sure I would get accepted. Once I got in, I began to worry that I wouldn't fit into the traditional "Harvard-student mold." [...]
When I first got to HBS I wasn’t sure about a lot of things – one of them being if I would be out as a member of LGBT community or not. I hadn’t been out at work prior to school, and I wasn’t sure how supportive the HBS community would be. [...]
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