Do well by doing good
Congratulations to the Johnson Graduate School of Management team on winning the advanced degree portion of the 2014 Accenture U.S. Innovation Challenge, and to the team from Georgetown University for winning the undergraduate competition!
Advanced degree winning team from the Johnson Graduate School of Management (left to right): Marty Rodgers (Accenture), Jessie Sloan, Hajir Sailor, Evan Footer, Andrew Maia
Undergraduate winning team from Georgetown University (left to right): Marty Rodgers (Accenture), Parth Shah, Aarsh Sachdeva
Finalists - 2014 Accenture U.S. Innovation Challenge
Advance degree competition
• Johnson School of Management team: Jessie Sloan. Hajir Sailor, Evan Footer, Andrew Maia
• Darden School of Business team: Trenton Murphey, Dana Clifford, Quentin Vasdeboncoeur, Ellen Miller
• Goizueta Business School team: Christopher Sanson, Heidi Laki, Thomas Clark, Matthew Craycraft
• Georgetown University team: Addie Fleron, Aarsh Sachdeva, Parth Shah
• Duke University team: Suhani Jalota, Qiuyu Lin, Daniel Ketyer
• University of California, Berkeley team: Lim Yi Jean, Pranay Singal, Kristie Chang, Kevin Yin
The Challenge with a difference
The Accenture Innovation Challenge is the challenge with a difference. Participants put their community spirit and creative ideas to the test to make a positive impact while gaining consulting experience.
||Work in consulting-style teams and benefit from mentoring by Accenture staff |
||Develop an innovative idea to solve a real-life challenge face by non-profit partners |
||Compete for the opportunity to pitch your idea to a non-profit partner and Accenture leaders |
||Make a real impact: the winning teams will join Accenture for an Innovation Experience to develop the plan to potentially put their ideas into practice |
For a list of eligible schools and organizations, and their registration groupings, see the 'Schools and Diversity Organizations' section on the 'About the Challenge' tab. We also encourage you to review the Official Terms and Conditions for more information.
Explore our page to learn more about the 2014 challenge and take a look back at past challenges.