Gibson Sigauke takes us on a tale of how the Thunderbird Venture Capital and Private Equity Club came to be, and the students and faculty leaders that were essential in making this happen.
Angella shares some of the opportunities she’s experienced at Thunderbird School of Global Management as part of the African Business Club, including meeting President William Ruto of Kenya and other African Leaders.
Michael Rockwell dives into the world of circular economy and sustainability as he differentiates between the benefits these provide to businesses.
Podcast Producer Lance takes us on a historical journey through the Aids Epidemic and how it’s affected the LGBT+ Community.
Creative Director, Uswa Ahmed, Interviews Xiga Money founder and Thunderbird Student, Gibson Sigauke, regarding his entrepreneurial venture and his exciting win at ASU’s Venture Devils.
It is that time of the year to elect your new Thunderbird Student Government representatives. This year’s exceptional candidates are ready to engage our Thunderbird community with the goal of enhancing student experiences. Read each individual’s proposals at leading the next generation of Tbird to their success!
Join us in this recap of Thunderbird’s famous traditions: their Regional Night. This time we experience the Middle East and North Africa, better known as MENA, as students, artists, and merchants, give us a taste of what this region is about.
My name is Steven Marshall and I am from Saginaw, Michigan, a city just north of Detroit. In 2010, I joined the United States Army as a Combat Engineer and subsequently spent four months at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri for Basic Combat Training (BCT). This military occupational specialty consisted of tasks that a typical “engineer” […]
Follow James and Thunderbird’s Consulting Club’s journeys, their goals, and how you can contribute to this vibrant club!
This article goes over a Foundations that I led in January 2020 but didn’t get around to writing until now, August 2022. As I write this, I’m in a brewery, stumbling distance from my place. I didn’t want to write this in my room because I work remotely and practically live on the computer there. […]