Anthony Whitten

Anthony Whitten

Anthony Whitten is the Director of Diversity Admissions, a school-wide DEIB team role. Before working in higher education, Anthony spent 12 years as a public high school teacher in Virginia. He taught courses including journalism, US history, and economics and personal finance. Anthony completed his Bachelor’s in History and African American Studies at the University of Virginia. Additionally, he holds masters degrees in Educational Leadership and Policy from Portland State and Teaching from the University of Virginia.

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Headshot of Analexis Glaude standing in front of a brown background.

Diversity and Inclusion | 3 MIN READ

Doctoral student relishes research and teaching

Analexis Glaude knew early on that she wanted to be a professor and a role model for others and knew she would have to find the right area of ...
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Kellie McElhaney, PhD, founding director of EGAL at Berkeley Haas, speaks at the 2022 Diversity Symposium.

Diversity and Inclusion | 2 MIN READ

How to craft your story and create your brand star

Résumés loom large in the lives of many MBA applicants and graduates: Where you’ve worked, lived, and been educated. They distill your story into ...
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Élida Bautista speaking at the 2022 Berkeley Haas Diversity Symposium.

Social Impact | 3 MIN READ

Use your inner strengths and community to tame impostor syndrome

“It can be uncomfortable when you are the first, or one of only a few people, to take your place in a space not built for you, or worse, in a space ...
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Kenny Vaughn takes a picture with audience during the Haas Diversity Symposium.

Finance | 3 MIN READ

Born a billionaire: reimagining wealth in the pursuit of happiness

Kenny Vaughn, MBA 16, danced on stage at the 2022 DEI Symposium to the beat of his classmate Ace Patterson’s (also known as Call Me Ace) song, “No ...
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