Kaoriko Enjo is a visiting scholar in the Marketing Department at Kellogg with a 20+ year career in international marketing at multinational corporations in the CPG and financial industries. Her current research interests include strategies of multinational corporations under the demographic changes of the global consumer market.
After holding marketing management roles at Unilever Japan for 6 years in the 1990s, Kaoriko served as Marketing Director at Clorox, Citigroup, and Legg Mason in Japan for over 10 years. At Clorox, she oversaw a joint operation between branches in Korea and Japan. As Planning Director at Legg Mason Japan, she executed major post M&A integration in a global business setting. Having worked in the challenging realities of international businesses throughout her career, she looks forward to the opportunity to support GIM with her experience.
Kaoriko holds a MBA degree from the TRIUM Global EMBA program at the London School of Economics and Political Science, HEC School of Management, and Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, and a BA degree in Psychology from the Kwansei Gakuin University. She also completed the Advance Management Program at Templeton College at the University of Oxford.
Kaoriko is a Japanese native who has resided in Italy, India, Africa, and the US.
Donald Jacobs has been a member of the Kellogg School faculty since 1957 and was Dean from 1975 until 2001. He was named the Gaylord Freeman Professor of Banking in 1979. From 1960 to 1975, he was Director of the School’s Banking Research Center, and Chairman of the Department of Finance from 1969 to 1975.
Dean Jacobs’ research interests include banking, capital markets, monetary policy, corporate finance, and international finance. His work has been published in many scholarly journals, and he is an author of Financial Institutions and served as editor of Regulating Business: The Search for an Optimum. He teaches corporate governance and issues of risk in business at the master’s level at the Kellogg School and also teaches corporate governance and financial topics for the School’s executive education programs at the James L. Allen Center.
He has been awarded honorary degrees from Tulane University (Doctor of Law), Roosevelt University (Doctor of Humane Letters), Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand (Doctor of Business Administration), the Koblenz School of Corporate Management, Germany (Doctor of Economics), Lake Forest College (Doctor of Laws), University of Paris-Dauphine (Doctor Honoris Causa), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Doctor of Business Administration), Tel Aviv University, Israel, Nijenrode University, Netherlands and Flanders School of Business in Belgium. In 1980, he was named Officer of the Association Des Membres De L’Ordre Des Academiques (France). In 1999 he was appointed a knight commander of Thailand's Most Admirable Order of Direk-Gu-Na-Bhorn. In 2003 he was named an Officer of the Kroon Order by the King of Belgium.
From 1990 to 1992, Dean Jacobs was Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Oversight Board of the Resolution Trust Corporation for the third region. He has served as director on many corporate boards. Currently, boards include ProLogis and Terex Corporation. He is also on the Board of Advisors for Greenwich Associates and Allstate Bank.
He was Senior Economist for the Banking and Currency Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1963 to 1964, and from 1970 to 1971, he served as Co-Staff Director of the Presidential Commission on Financial Structure and Regulation (The Hunt Commission). From 1975 to 1979, he was Chairman of the Board of AMTRAK.
He received his BA in 1949 in Economics from Roosevelt University; his MA in 1951 and his Ph.D. in 1956, both in Economics from Columbia University.