2019 Kelly School of Business Diversity Competition
A team from LSU’s Diversity and Inclusion in the Office of Business Student Success placed runner-up at the 2019 National Diversity Case Competition (NDCC) at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Nearly 170 business students from 42 teams competed – up from 35 teams last year. This year, the competition focused on a case provided by Target Corp. that examines the role that small-concept stores can play in urban areas. LSU’s Tiger Paw Solutions team consisted of Micheal Brown, Carmen Calderon, and Nekivia Sledge. Brown is a junior from Richland, MS majoring in information systems. Calderon is a senior from Breaux Bridge, LA pursuing dual-degrees in international trade & finance with a minor in energy and French. Sledge is a senior accounting major from Hoover, AL.
Major: Information Systems