Joe Gutman '81:
Staying connected to Kellogg throughout his career
Joe Gutman '81 has a secret for keeping his career energized: Connect with Kellogg School students as often as possible and maintain close ties with his business-school alma mater.
The Highland Park, Ill., resident and managing director of Grosvenor Capital Management has found the Evanston campus a convenient way station — literally and figuratively — on his commute to and from downtown Chicago.
Roslyn M. Brock '99:
Leading the fight for equal opportunity and quality healthcare for all
As a student at Virginia Union University, Roslyn Brock '99 was an ambitious young leader in the NAACP, organizing rallies and mobilization drives.
An accounting professor took notice of Brock's dedication to the organization, and offered Brock a word of advice.
Sharon Pannozzo '91:
Managing media relations for the biggest names in TV
As publicity director for NBC Entertainment, Sharon Pannozzo '91 knows how to handle any media catastrophe that comes her way.
During the fall 2009 premiere of "Saturday Night Live," for example, new cast member Jenny Slate was performing a skit when she accidentally dropped a four-letter word. The expletive was immediately broadcast across the Central and East coast markets.
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