Bonnie Schipper is a third-year JD/MBA student at Emory University School of Law and Goizueta Business School. Prior to enrolling in business school, Bonnie attended Columbia University where she graduated with a BA in African American Studies and Political Science. A native of the DC area, Bonnie grew up with a sibling with disabilities and, from an early age, was an active advocate for equal educational and employment opportunities for those from underserved populations. Bonnie has completed a diverse range of internships relating to Human Resources, diversity and inclusion, and equal employment and educational opportunity, including work at the Smithsonian Institution, US Department of Education, US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and United Nations. This year, she was a part of the 2nd place team in the national John Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition, where her team developed a plan for Hewlett-Packard to improve its supplier diversity program, and also completed a consulting engagement to help Taco Bell diversify its franchise network. Bonnie is currently working at HP to help implement and expand her team’s recommendations & help the company continue to have a positive impact on the community.
Emory University & Global Indirect Procurement Supplier Diversity MBA Intern at HP