Kellogg alumni (from left) Andrew Youn '06, Larry Levy '67 and John Wood '89 interact with Sandra Anderson '07 at the 2006 Net Impact Conference. Read more in the Kellogg World article "Kellogg hosts national Net Impact Conference." Photo © Nathan Mandell
The Kellogg School of Management has a long history of educating leaders for all types of organizations. Our graduates have gone on to significant positions in Fortune 500 companies; have started their own enterprises in a variety of fields; have pursued management opportunities in government, socially responsible corporations and nonprofit organizations. The Social Enterprise curriculum provides an academic grounding that enables graduates to understand the market and non-market forces at work in the competitive global economy of the future. These alumni may choose positions with global businesses, government, consulting firms, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions. In addition, our alumni are active in their civic communities as elected officials, board members, volunteers and donors. Together, these activities strengthen Kellogg’s reputation as an institution committed to the education of socially conscious global leaders.
We are pleased to feature brief interviews with alumni in our Featured Alumni section. We are also pleased to provide links to profiles of a few of our alumni involved in the social sector and who have been highlighted in recent editions of the Kellogg School’s alumni magazine Kellogg World.