Donna Khalife serves as a career coach and has spoken at numerous conferences and universities, advising students on how to plan their career paths and inspiring them to find/pursue their passions.
Starting a career in investment banking is no easy feat. With intense competition, high pressure, and limited positions, this career option is often difficult to access. Fortunately, there are several concrete and structured processes that can help any candidate shine in their interview and land that investment banking job. Whether you’re an undergraduate prepping for your first internship, or seeking a new career in investment banking, knowing the ins and outs of the industry can help you make your big break. In this book, available both in paperback and within seconds electronically, Donna Khalife shares an insider’s perspective to the investment banking industry and helps prepare readers for their chance at landing their dream job.
Sweetriot 2.0 case study
by Christopher Marquis, Donna Khalife, and Bobbi Thomason
Harvard Business Review, 2011
Case taught at Harvard Business School that provides an introduction into the challenges faced by for-profit social enterprises trying to maintain the delicate balance between surviving in a competitive marketplace and staying true to their social mission. It tracks the origins of sweetriot, an organic chocolate company with a social mission, from the founder's formative early career experiences, to the company's launch and current tensions as it prepares future products, establishes production channels, and seeks future funding.