MBA ’15 student Caroline Mauldin is an inspiring social entrepreneur and the co-founder of Love Grain. She spoke with us about her participation in the MIT Sloan MBA and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) three-year dual-degree program:
An MBA is really about building a skill set, and being at HKS gives you an opportunity to go in depth and create impact in the world. As a Master in Public Administration (MPA) candidate at HKS, I have the flexibility to take electives of interest and to work on my social enterprise. I felt that MIT Sloan and HKS were great compliments to one another. To have the opportunity to study at both schools and the resources behind you is incredible.
Learn more about Love Grain and how Caroline and her co-founder are empowering farmers in developing countries.