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Michelle Valigursky

Michelle Valigursky
Michelle Valigursky is an award-winning writer, editor, blogger, and content strategist whose clients included Emory University, Fortune 500 companies, NASDAQ-traded companies, entrepreneurial ventures in various industries, and community-based small businesses and non-profits. She is a published book author and novelist who lives with her family in the Atlanta area.

Will tiny houses solve the Atlanta affordable housing issue?

Will tiny houses solve the Atlanta affordable housing issue?
“Urban sprawl has triggered a global initiative to create affordable walking neighborhoods within cities that offer a variety of housing options close to employment, hospitality, and...

“Creating Your Personal Brand” with solopreneur Ashley Freeman 18EvMBA

"Creating Your Personal Brand" with solopreneur Ashley Freeman 18EvMBA
“Your brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room,” said Ashley Freeman 18EvMBA to women participants during the recent “Creating...

How the entrepreneur problem-solves Social Security depletion

David Duley 96Ox 98BBA
November 16-22 is Global Entrepreneurship Week and to celebrate, EmoryBusiness is sharing stories of Goizueta Business School’s innovative programming and highlighting faculty and...

Jagdish Sheth earns global recognition for scholarly repute

Jag Sheth speaking to alumni at a Back to School learning event during Homecoming
Professor Jagdish Sheth, Goizueta Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing, is no stranger to receiving awards that acknowledge his scholarly or philanthropic impact, and this latest...

Slaying the wolf of economic insecurity

Michael Graetz 66BBA
Michael Graetz 66BBA knows firsthand how to work hard to achieve a goal. As an Emory University student, he lived at home and worked...

Minority owned businesses get a boost from MBA students

MBA students create IMPACT for diverse mix of businesses
Each year, Goizueta MBA students work closely with a range of companies and organizations to develop strategies to solve their real-world business problems. These consulting projects...

High risk/high reward: Investing in frontier markets

Alumnus Steve Jasmin and investing in frontier markets
Thrill seekers, gamblers and high-risk investors share a passion for the big payoff. At the same time, they also weigh potentially high risk against...

Alumni author takes on national security, thrillers

Preston Fleming Zoller 73MBA
As a foreign service officer and diplomat once stationed in Beirut, Preston Fleming Zoller 73MBA was immersed in a world of political and social conflict, tyranny,...

Executive career and firm outcomes linked to extraversion

Executive career and firm outcomes linked to extraversion
People with outgoing personalities get noticed. Heads turn toward those with charismatic voices, emotional speech, high energy, empathetic gestures, and engaging smiles, but on the corporate...

The logistical challenge of food insecurity

The logistical challenge of food insecurity
Though coronavirus cases and unemployment numbers take center stage in pandemic impact discussions, since the onset of COVID-19 in our communities, “Hunger has become an even...

Heartfelt giving to the community: a business model to emulate

Heartfelt Giving: A Business Model to Emulate
In an unprecedented era of medical calamity, joblessness, and economic upheaval, Goizueta alumni have helped community members stay clean, well-rested, and fed. “We all...

Benjamin Kander: on surviving the first five years of the entrepreneurial...

Benjamin Kander 12BBA
For Welly Bottle, partnering with charity: water and building wells to provide clean water to villagers in Ethiopia and Malawi is more than just...



Preparing the Workers of the Future

Goizueta Business School is Preparing the Workers of the Future
The future of work. What does it mean? For some, thoughts of artificial intelligence, doom and gloom, or robots taking over the world might come...