Chasen Goudeau


“The business world is not homogeneous, and the underrepresentation of certain ethnicities and cultures in business schools needs to change. Participating in the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is one way Berkeley Haas is addressing that and ensuring business leaders reflect the market diversity.”

“The culture differentiates Berkeley Haas from other business schools. Here, it’s OK to be vulnerable, to say ‘I don’t understand.’ It’s OK not to be OK all the time.”

“When I reached out to Professor Ned Augenblick with a question about my International Business Development project, he was generous with his time and insights, even though it wasn’t related to his Strategy class.”

“Berkeley Haas students don’t lead with their résumés. Everyone is unassuming and humble, even when they’ve done amazing things, like cofounding successful businesses or landing numerous internship offers before even starting school. That’s Confidence Without Attitude.”