Three SOM alumni who have had impactful careers as leaders, innovators, and board members returned to campus recently to discuss ways they’ve addressed racism and inequity in their lives and careers. One running theme of the conversation, the inaugural Donald H. Ogilvie ’78 Colloquium sponsored by the school’s Council on Anti-Racism and Equity, was how a broadly engaged mindset, consistent with the school’s mission of educating leaders for business and society, can help students become leaders who make progress addressing the complex challenges of racism and inequality—as well as other issues they are passionate about.
Lofton Holder ’92, investor, board member, entrepreneur, and philanthropist
Judith Scimone ’00, chief talent officer at MetLife
Fred Terrell ’82, retired executive vice chairman of investment banking and capital markets at Credit Suisse