As the pandemic continues to impact the global business community, teams of Ross Executive MBA students are working with six organizations on projects related to new opportunities created by the crisis.
After more than 13,400 global business professionals from a wide range of industries participated in its first series, Michigan Ross Executive Education has launched a follow-on series of free online seminars called “Co-Creating the Future.”
In the two months since its launch, Get Shift Done, co-founded by Anurag Jain, MBA ’95, has provided more than ten million meals at more than 60 locations across ten U.S. cities, registered more than 8,500 workers, and raised nearly $7 million to pay those workers.
From the frontlines of healthcare to their home offices around the world, Michigan Ross students, faculty, staff, and alumni have stepped up to lead and support those in need since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.
As the number of people facing food insecurity continues to rise during the coronavirus pandemic, the usage of a mobile/web app , created by Jack Griffin, BBA ’19, that connects individuals to free meal sites has soared.