Author: Hailey Crowel

Hailey Crowel

Hailey is a member of the MIT Sloan MBA class of 2016 and a Co-President for Sloan Women in Management (SWIM). Prior to joining Sloan, Hailey spent more than four years at Google in Sydney and San Francisco as an analyst, helping some of the world’s largest travel brands develop digital marketing strategies. Before that, she worked in in business development at the Los Angeles Times, and conducted research in Japan as part of the Fulbright program. Hailey received a B.A. in English & Comparative Literary Studies from Occidental College. She plans to return to the tech industry following graduation from Sloan.

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Gratitude for Two Tremendous Years

On Wednesday afternoon last week I visited Sloan one last time.  I didn’t want to leave Boston without taking a glimpse at the place where I experienced so much.  And now as I race off to my new life on the west coast, I struggle to put into words exactly … Read more 

SWIM-ing toward the finish line

As I sit in the Houston airport waiting for my flight to South America for G-Lab (or Global Entrepreneurship Lab), I can’t help but reflect back on the past semester. Members of the class of 2016 find themselves at the three-quarter mark of the MBA experience. With only a few … Read more 

On Being a Woman at Sloan and Beyond

Throughout the past year, I’ve been part of Sloan Women in Management’s Breaking the Mold initiative, which sought to educate members of the MIT community about unconscious bias. I found the conversations shared over a series of workshops, speaker events, and a full-day conference to be both inspiring and eye-opening. … Read more