Foster undergrads take 2nd place at National Diversity Case Competition

For the first time in UW history, Foster School students participated in the Kelley School of Business National Diversity Case Competition at Indiana University. Traditionally held during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, Foster undergrads competed against students at Yale, Morehouse, and more to take the number 2 spot and win $5,000 in prize money.

Congratulations to Danielle McConnell, Tina Moore, Mayowa Laniran, and Joshua Banks for all of their hard work!

See photos from the competition below:

Diversity Case Competition

Students competed against Southern University, Yale, Morehouse and University of Arkansas to make it to the final round

Diversity Case Competition

Team Foster presenting in the final rounds to 10+ corporate judges and all universities

Diversity Case Competition

2nd Place Plaque!

 Diversity Case Competition

Final results

Diversity Case Competition

Team Foster all smiles after taking 2nd place! L-R: Tina Moore, Mayowa Laniran, Danielle McConnell and Joshua Banks