By UVA - Darden November 22, 2011 Leave a Comment

The Black Business Student Forum (BBSF) just launched a new series of interviews with Darden alumni called “Leaps of Faith.” On the Diversity at Darden Blog Rhonda Henderson, a Second Year student officer in BBSF, talks about the idea for the series:

As any transformative experience, business school can upset your notions of who you are, what you can do, and who and what you will be. Stressed from trying to boil the ocean of cases, recruiting, networking and sleeping, we cling to the life-raft of our rational minds. Yet, I invite you to read stories that suggest rationality isn’t everything. At the end of the day, in the middle of the night, it may be nothing at all. My hope is that these profiles will help you begin to reconcile the two decision-making frameworks that exist within each of us: what we think, and what we believe.” Read full blog post.

The “Leap of Faith” Series will profile Darden alumni who have “turned away from the model, powered down Crystal Ball and relied on an intangible strategy to make a decision: their instinct, their faith or their promise to themselves about who they really are, or are striving to be.” Read the first interview on the BBSF “Leaps of Faith” Series website.

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