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Transforming the corporate landscape
Perilous climb

Breaking boards

Success stories
Why Kellogg is the school for women seeking their MBA
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Mother leads best
Brand 'beacon'
Where in the world is Dipak Jain?
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  Kellogg World Alumni Magazine Summer 2005

Kellogg World
Alumni Magazine Summer 2005

COVER STORY: Kellogg women lead the way

Transforming the corporate landscape
With its Center for Executive Women and culture of inclusion, the Kellogg School is taking action to help more qualified women achieve top leadership roles. Here's how

Perilous climb
Thanks to its ambitious executive education offerings, Kellogg is challenging, and changing, the rules that have sometimes kept women from reaching their potential

Breaking boards
Kellogg is opening more doors to governance

Success stories
Executive women share their career experiences and insights

In Depth

Mother leads best
Kellogg author explains why moms have the leadership skills companies need most

Brand ‘beacon’
Alum lights the way for girls ‘between toys and boys’

Where in the world is Dipak Jain?
How the dean’s travels build the Kellogg School brand

On the cover: Scholars and department chairs (left to right) Alice Tybout, Therese McGuire, Jan Eberly and Kathleen Hagerty are among the Kellogg faculty making key contributions to the school academically and as administrators. Three of the current six academic chairs at Kellogg are women, which is unprecedented at any major MBA school. Prof. Tybout is chair of the Marketing Dept., Prof. McGuire is chair of the Management and Strategy Dept., Prof. Eberly chairs the Finance Dept. (the third woman to head that department in the last 10 years) and Prof. Hagerty, a former Finance chair, was just named senior associate dean, faculty and research.

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