Author: Ginika Agbim O'Kelly

Ginika Agbim O'Kelly

Ginika Agbim O'Kelly is a Nigerian-American MBA Candidate of MIT Sloan's Class of 2017. As an experienced management consultant, Ginika enjoys working with organizations to solve their toughest issues. In addition to pursuing her professional interests in design thinking and innovation, she can be found training for a race, practicing yoga, blogging about fashion and travel, or learning a new language.

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Action Learning Check-In: L-Lab is my Stretch Zone

One of my goals during my time at Sloan was to pursue an Action Learning Lab since I learn best by doing. Action Learning is at the heart of MIT Sloan and the labs provide a chance to channel all of your coursework into a project for a domestic or … Read more 

1 Year Down, 1 More to Go…Lessons from my First Year of Business School

Almost a year ago, I wrote a blog post about my goals and expectations for business school. Looking back, I can say that I achieved many of the things I set out to do. For one, I partook in a swimming class at MIT. I also have an internship in the industry I’ve … Read more 

African C-F(x) 2015: Sharing My Passions at Sloan

“Not only do Africans love dancing, music, and good food, but we also love fashion and style!” I announced on stage in front of hundreds of my classmates.
As I introduced the fashion show for MIT Sloan’s first ever African C-F(x) [read: “C function”], I smiled, my heart was racing, and … Read more 

Let the Journey Begin

Can you believe it?
In a few weeks, I’ll be joining 400 other MBA 2017 students in starting this new adventure at MIT Sloan! Over the next two years, armed with our diverse backgrounds, interests, and goals, we will gain new skills, build lasting friendships, and move forward in our careers.
As exciting as that … Read more