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Wendy Lewis ’95 (2nd from right), was one of three alumni to receive the Schaffner Award. The vice president of strategic planning for recruitment and diversity for Major League Baseball was joined by her family and Jerry Reinsdorf (center), chairman of the Chicago Bulls and White Sox.
Alumni awards honor partnership efforts
Partnership and leadership on display at annual Alumni Awards

The Kellogg School hosted its annual celebration of partnership and leadership on April 29 when it honored several dedicated alumni and friends at the Alumni Awards dinner.

“This evening is for the people who make this school great,” said Dean Dipak C. Jain in his introductory remarks in the James L. Allen Center. “These awardees are true Kellogg School ambassadors.”

The event recognized distinguished individuals who have given their time, energy, and expertise to the Kellogg School, and includes alumni as well as non-alumni friends. The Schaffner Award, The Kellogg Alumni Service Award and the Friends of Kellogg School of Management Award were given to nine individuals this year. Over 160 people were in attendance to honor the award winners during a dinner and ceremony.

Pat Cafferata  
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Pat Cafferata, retired president and CEO of Young & Rubicam and a member of the Kellogg Dean’s Advisory Board, was honored for her commitment to the Kellogg School.

The Schaffner Award is named for Joseph Schaffner, one of the founders of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Co., who firmly believed that higher education and culture help the practical person deal more intelligently with the problems of commerce. Kellogg created the Schaffner Award to honor the memory of the man whose vision created what is now the Kellogg School of Management, and to honor special alumni for their extraordinary contributions to the school. This year’s Schaffner Award recipients were Joseph Gutman ’81, Scott H. Filstrup ’67, and Wendy L. Lewis ’95.

The Kellogg Alumni Service Award recognizes the efforts of graduates who have promoted the Kellogg School throughout the world and who have shown their commitment to the continued progress of the school and the Kellogg community. These dedicated alumni have demonstrated their intention to maintain a lifelong friendship with the Kellogg School. This year’s Kellogg Alumni Award recipients were Yves L. Hanania ’94, Mark A. Shapiro ’80, and Lee Ann Scovil ’91.

  European Alumni
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Europeans were represented by Yves Hanania ’94 (center), and Pauline and Francois de Breteuil ’02. Hanania, business development director for FullSIX Europe, was lauded for his service to Kellogg.
The Friends of Kellogg School of Management Award honors individuals who, though not graduates of Kellogg, have loyally served the school over the years. Their efforts have helped Kellogg build its success. This year’s Friends of Kellogg School of Management recipients were Patricia A. Cafferata, William J. Brodsky and J. Douglas Gray.

Addressing the attendees, Director of Alumni Relations Jim Corboy ’95 said: “Kellogg turns out leaders and great people who give back. This evening proves it. Tonight is our Academy Awards.”

©2002 Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University