The LGBTQ+ Community

Respect for Every Student

Our students come to MIT Sloan with unique backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs. These collective differences create a rich educational environment and a diverse campus community filled with opportunity. We look forward to knowing and celebrating the person you are, and we are excited to see what you will bring to the MIT Sloan community.

Lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgender individuals are welcome here at MIT Sloan. The Sloan Pride Club organizes events open to the entire MIT Sloan community and fosters inclusion and support. Please feel free to reach out to the club officers at lgbtofficer@sloan.mit.edu.

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Caroline Andersson, MBA '23

  • Citizenship

    USA

  • Undergraduate University and Degree

    Bachelor of Arts in Math & Philosophy from Yale University

  • Pre-Sloan Industry or Industry of Interest

    Tech: People Analytics

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Eduardo Rosario, MBA '23

  • Citizenship

    USA

  • Undergraduate University and Degree

    Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration/Real Estate from Cornell University

  • Pre-Sloan Industry or Industry of Interest

    Real Estate

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Rebecca Durr, MBA '23

  • Citizenship

    USA

  • Undergraduate University and Degree

    Chemistry (BA), Chemistry (PhD) from UC Santa Barbara, UC Berkeley

  • Pre-Sloan Industry or Industry of Interest

    Materials R&D/Innovation

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Hannah Rubin, MBA '23

  • Citizenship

    USA

  • Undergraduate University and Degree

    Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Hamilton College

  • Pre-Sloan Industry or Industry of Interest

    Health, wellness and sports

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Aneesh Kanakamedala, MBA '23

  • Citizenship

    USA

  • Undergraduate Univeristy and Degree

    B.A. in Health and Societies: Health Care Markets and Finance from the University of Pennsylvania

  • Pre-Sloan Industry or Industry of Interest

    Consulting - Healthcare


Fellowships

MIT Sloan is committed to developing LBGTQ+ student leaders and offers Reaching Out LBGTQI MBA Fellowships each year.  All LBGTQ+ applicants are considered for this award. In addition to a monetary award, ROMBA Fellows receive access to LBGTQ+ mentors and attend a leadership summit. MIT Sloan Admissions and current students participate in the graduate conference each fall.

MBA

Confidence in Community

Community is everything for Johana Muriel Grajales, MBA ’22. Originally from Colombia, with a background in the nonprofit sector, Johana came to MIT Sloan looking to find a community that would support her ultimate goal of being a more impactful leader.

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You are welcome here

LBGTQ@MIT is committed to eliminating racism and discrimination within the LBGTQ+ community at MIT Sloan and the larger MIT community as a whole.

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