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The Kellogg Black Management Association hosted its annual BMA Conference earlier this month. The event was titled “The Balancing Act,” and the day featured conversations with a collection of prominent Kellogg alumni and influential business leaders.

The event was highlighted by a morning conversation between Dean Sally Blount and Jim Reynolds ’82, founder, chairman and CEO of Loop Capital.

Reynolds spoke about “The Tipping Point,” and he discussed different types of risks, his thoughts on building coalitions (above), the need to keep community in mind, what life is like as the CEO, and more.

Rodney Williams ’90, Moët Hennessy SVP, on five lessons he learned at Kellogg

Take a look back at tweets and photos from the event

Learn more about the BMA Conference