KATRINA FLUDD ’08, MS’10
Senior Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, Princeton University
I have two passions. Weaving together business functions to create and maximize value for what are perceived to be problems (also known as entrepreneurship) and validating all aspects of identity, both personal and societal (also known as diversity or multiculturalism). I believe the former cannot sustainably exist without the latter. The current global economy is a visible indicator of this.
What You Don’t Know about Babson
Babson does not teach you what to think and what to do. Instead, I feel as though Babson teaches you how to think and how to do, so that you can do whatever you want to do, however you want to do it. To me, this is the real definition of freedom and the ultimate return on investment.
How I Define Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is one of the best problem-solving methods for all of the world’s problems. The same way a kid wants to be a doctor to save lives, or a lawyer to preserve justice, kids should want to be entrepreneurs to save and preserve the world.