Timothy (T. J.) Cunningham, is a member of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Young Alumni Council. He graduated from KSBI in 2006 with a B.S. in Finance and minors in Real Estate and Philosophy. T. J. is an operations management professional in the Transportation industry. He is a life-long learner that gears his educational background towards the development and growth of present and future leaders. T. J. has research interests which include leadership development, executive coaching and Servant leadership. He also wants to pursue a Ph. D. in Global Leadership. In his leisure time, T. J. enjoys spending time with his family and friends. When not with family, T. J. enjoys reading and writing. T.J. enjoys a wide variety of music with a special place in his heart for jazz, hip-hop and classical.
Jesse Kilgore is a 2011 graduate of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis and a member of the Kelley Young Alumni Council (YAC for short). While at Kelley, Jesse majored in marketing and supply chain management. His passion for Kelley and business comes from his family’s deep roots in management and sales. Currently he works for one of the best companies in the world, ExactTarget a Salesforce.com Company, right here in the Circle City. For Jesse, it is awesome to be #Orange. He plans on sharing all about the wonderful world of cloud computing, marketing automation, and dynamic company cultures. Follow his adventures off of the Kelley Bizblog and on twitter @jackilgore
A little background information about me: I was born and spent most of my childhood in Indianapolis until I moved to Fort Wayne. There I graduated high school and decided I wanted to be back in my hometown for college. I have two younger bothers and a (mischievous) chocolate lab named Jag.
I'm a current senior at the Kelley School of Business - Indianapolis. I am majoring in marketing in which I hopefully will attain a position in Indianapolis in marketing research. As of April 2013, I was hired as an intern for the Kelley School of Business Office of External Affairs. In this blog, I will write a series of blogs that will show what I am learning from my undergrad and how I apply it to my internship, or vise-versa. Enjoy reading!