Rice Business Black Alumni Gateway
The Rice Business Black alumni network is abound with talented and accomplished professionals across industries and sectors. As the network grows each year, there is an increased desire to intentionally connect students with the black alumni network. To address this need, Black Business Student Association (BBSA) and Black alumni leadership worked together to launch the Rice Business Black Alumni Gateway, a website featuring an easy-to-search directory of Black alumni profiles by industry and career, along with highlights of Black excellence, leadership and accomplishment.
Owl Have You Know
A podcast by Rice Business Alumni
Owl Have You Know is a production of Rice Business Alumni to share stories of alumni, faculty, students and the business community. Owl Have You Know strives to exhibit the global, diverse and inclusive Rice Business community, provide a platform for faculty or the school to publicize research or news, share examples of the Rice Business experience for prospective students and support the greater Houston start-up community.
Ope Amosu '14 talks about his passion for representing West African culinary cuisine and culture in Houston through ChopnBlok (chopnblok.co), his definition of work-life balance as an entrepreneur, and his experience at Rice Business.
Patra Brannon-Isaac discusses the process of being admitted to Rice Business, the impact her MBA has had on her career trajectory, and her involvement in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at the school.
Sean covers his career path from electrical engineering to pursuing a doctorate in global education and his current work as the Associate Dean of the Asia School of Business in Kuala Lumpur.
Black Business Student Association Gala
Photos by April M. Frazier MBA '11.
Diversity is more than numbers at Rice Business. It’s friendships that span differences. It’s what makes us feel at home.
A forum for awareness, dialogue and skill-building around issues of diversity and inclusion in the business world.
Office of DEI is responsible for helping foster a culture that not only values differences, but sees them as sources of strength and innovation — on campus and in the business world.