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“I chose Kellogg because I realized social impact can’t happen if you don’t know how to run a business,” says Saumya ’17.
Saumya's story demonstrates the promise of our students and the power of philanthropic gifts that support their ambitions.
To support her work as the founder of Kheyti, Saumya received Kellogg's Social Entrepreneurship Award. Through Kheyti, she and a team developed the Greenhouse-in-a-Box, a low-cost, modular greenhouse that protects farmers’ crops. Today, Kheyti works with partners to finance the greenhouses, provide agricultural inputs, train and support the farmers, and connect them to reputed fair-market players who can sell their produce.
"I’ve found that I’m happiest when I have that creative control and when I can start from nothing and iterate from there," says Carolyn Snider ’17.
Carolyn's story demonstrates the promise of our students and the power of philanthropic gifts that support their ambitions.
As a Zell Fellow, Carolyn received mentorship and support that enabled her to launch Welltended, a one-stop online shop that matches plants with customers’ lifestyles and living spaces and then delivers the plant to their door in an attractive container along with simple care instructions.
“I am planning for success,” says Blair Pircon ’16. “There is no plan B.”
Blair's story demonstrates the promise of our students and the power of philanthropic gifts that support their ambitions.
As a Zell Fellow and recipient of one of the NewDay Social Entrepreneurship Award, Blair benefitted from mentorship and resources while she was working with former teacher and fellow Kellogg student Qinyuan (Chen) Liu ’16 to launch The Graide Network. The company's online platform connects K-12 teachers with qualified teaching assistants who provide on-demand grading services.