Less than two percent of hotel owners are Black, and less than one percent of them are Black women. Georgia State University alumna Davonne Reaves is part of that one percent. But there's more to her business model than acquiring real estate assets. Her goal is to create 221 Black hotel owners in the year 2021.
Diversity and Inclusion
Events like Atlanta Pride weekend are somewhat helpful for the LGBT+ community, but Brandon Black says it's more important to make a lasting impact every day.
Mariana Milan was a first-generation college student and had to figure out a lot of things for herself. While earning her Master of Global Hospitality Management degree at Robinson, she made sure that didn't happen to other Latinx students.
This past January, Dr. Curtis Byrd joined Georgia State University as special advisor to the provost. He has 25 years of experience overseeing diversity and inclusion programming on college campuses, and will use that expertise to spearhead such efforts at Georgia State. Here, Dr. Byrd shares what we as faculty and staff at Robinson can do to make a difference.
Dear Robinson community, As we approach July 4th, I’ve been reflecting on the upcoming national holiday in the context of […]
Before the Supreme Court ruled that Title VII protects gay and transgender workers, MBA alumna Rejess Marshall wrote a paper on the employment law.
Terri Amelio recorded the story of her father's military service before he developed Alzheimer's disease.
Kim grew up in South Korea, where promoting one’s personal achievements is considered rude. He would much rather discuss his students—because in his book, their achievements are the best indicator of his success.
Master of International Business alumnus Abdou Akkari helped a Dubai-based private equity firm build and integrate North Africa’s largest private hospital platform.