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Sonika Malhotra: Taking Small Acts, Sustainable Business, and Love for Beauty and the Planet

Sonika Malhotra, Global Brand Director at Unilever joins us in the studio to discuss leading the launch of a new sustainable hair and personal care brand called Love Beauty and Planet. In a story about listening to your head and your heart, Sonika shares the fascinating account of how she began her career at Unilever in India and how small acts of love can make a large difference in the world.














Francois Anderson: Staying Focused, The Essence of Montego Bay, and Moving Toward Your Goals

Francois Anderson, NYU Stern alumni who hails from Montego Bay, Jamaica joins us in the studio to share the story of how his experiences with sports and education led to a move to the United States at a young age. In a story about fearlessness and commitment, Francois teaches us about always remaining true to your values and the importance of giving back to others in your community.

Class of 2020 Launch Week Special: Sarah Rubin and Dhruv Sharma

Stern Chats welcomes the NYU Stern Class of 2020 in this special two part episode with outgoing student Sarah Rubin and incoming student Dhruv Sharma. In this story, we capture the energy and enthusiasm students have when they arrive and depart Stern and share some valuable insights on how to make the most of the Stern MBA experience.



John A. Byrne: Poets & Quants, Humble Roots, and The Importance of the MBA

Season 3, Episode 14

John A. Byrne, Editor and Chairman of C-Change Media, joins us in the studio to discuss how he launched Poets & Quants and the value of business school education. In a story about curiosity, John shares the life-changing experiences that lead him to fall in love with writing and pursue a career in media.

Lorenzo Fertitta: Building UFC, Helping Veterans and Finding Value in the Desert

Season 3, Episode 13

Lorenzo Fertitta, Chairman of Fertitta Capital and Co-Founder of the Fertitta Veterans Program, joins us in the studio to discuss growing up in Las Vegas and working in the family business. In a story about passion and being true to yourself, Lorenzo shares the story of how he built the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the challenges he experienced along the way.


Dean Sundaram: Leading Change, Mathematics, and Falling in Love with New York

Season 3, Episode 12

Raghu Sundaram, Dean of the NYU Stern School of Business, tells us about growing up in India and his experience moving to New York City in the ’90s. In a story about nimbleness and taking a leap of faith, Dean Sundaram gives insight into his journey through academia, his view on the changing role of business school, and the importance of bringing innovation to higher education.

Kathie Andrade: Adaptability, Resiliency, and Being the CEO of Your Life

Season 3, Episode 11

Kathie Andrade, CEO of Retail Financial Services at TIAA joins us in the studio to discuss her career and the role of women in finance. In a story about adaptability and resiliency, Kathie talks to us about the importance of being true to yourself and finding balance in what matters to you.


President Hamilton: Education, Discovery, and Preparing for the Next Generation

Season 3, Episode 10

President Andrew Hamilton, the 16th President of New York University (NYU), joins us in the studio to discuss his career in university administration and his vision for NYU. In a story about connection and community, President Hamilton shares his perspectives on the role of higher education and discusses his commitment to making NYU a transformational institution for students.


Susan Kornfeld: Entrepreneurship, Soundwaves, and the Beauty of Silence

Season 3, Episode 9

Susan Kornfeld, second year MBA student at NYU Stern, was born with moderate to severe sensorineural hearing loss in both ears. Over the years, Susan has become an advocate for the hearing loss community and has formed an advocacy and outreach group called Hear Me Out which is focused on fostering a stronger community and support network for those who suffer from hearing loss and require the help of something similar to a hearing amplifier. In a story about fearlessness, Susan shares a very personal tale about what it’s like growing up with hearing loss and how it has influenced her adult life.

Jazmin Cabeza: Special Edition Ally Week Episode

Season 3, Episode 8

Jazmin Cabeza, first year MBA student at NYU Stern, discusses the importance and meaning of being an ally. In a story about empowering others and speaking up, Jazmin shares her experience of immigrating from Venezuela to the United States at a young age, the trials she has faced, and the growth she has experienced throughout her journey. Listen in to this very special episode produced for NYU Stern Ally Week

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