Author: Katherine Curiel

Katherine Curiel

Katherine Curiel is a Mexican-American, first-generation MBA candidate at MIT Sloan. A former investment analyst at a large asset management firm, she is passionate about clean energy investing and learning about the impact ESG issues have on portfolio returns. At Sloan, she is co-President of the Hispanic Business Club. In addition to the Sloan MBA, Katherine is currently pursuing a master in urban planning from Harvard University. Outside of school, she enjoys running, traveling, and hopes to learn to cook (well) by the time she graduates.


Diversity Days: The Perfect Way for Applicants to Meet Sloanies

Prospective studentsĀ at the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship during MIT Sloan’s Diversity Days
MIT Sloan hosted its annual Diversity Days on September 29th and 30th. The programming for Diversity Days is designed by Admissions Office in collaboration with the Hispanic Business Club, Black Business Student Association, and Africa Business Club … Read more