By Arial Starks
Vanderbilt Business is known across the globe for its high caliber of students, faculty, and staff. In this edition of People of Vanderbilt, we spotlight Logan Bolton, Vanderbilt Master of Marketing student, who shares a little about herself and her time at Vanderbilt.
What’s your secret talent?
I can recite the entire Greek alphabet in about 6 seconds.
Who or what empowers you at Vanderbilt?
I’m empowered by the countless Black women in business that are currently enrolled at Owen and those that have come before me.
What experiences have shaped your time here at Vanderbilt?
BrandWeek was an enlightening experience that allowed MMarks to put what we’ve learned to practical use for real brands. I appreciate Owen’s commitment to real-world application of marketing practices and have grown to be more assured in the curriculum.
What’s your favorite way to connect with the Vanderbilt Owen community?
I’m a huge sports fan, so I really enjoy seeing my peers outside of the classroom and in more casual, social settings like Vandy football and basketball games.
What’s something you’ve learned about yourself during your time at Vanderbilt?
During my time at Owen, I’ve learned how to combat imposter syndrome and be confident and comfortable in my place here. My undergraduate background was heavily qualitative and not very business-oriented, which caused me to doubt my abilities. My time here has solidified my ability to achieve and learn anything that I put my mind to.
Are you in a leadership role associated with Vanderbilt? If so, name the organization and title.
I’m 1 of 3 student admissions coordinators for the Master of Marketing program.