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Leadership Greater Chicago taps Kellogg alums
Kellogg School alumni selected for civic leadership program

Leadership Greater Chicago (LGC) has selected six Kellogg School of Management alumni to participate in its fellows program, a 10-month course designed to give participants new perspectives on key issues facing the Chicago civic and business community.

The six are Diana Ferguson ’92, vice president and treasurer of Sara Lee Corp.; Sharon Flanagan ’92, principal at McKinsey & Co.; Todd Gomez ’91, chief financial officer for the Chicago Housing Authority; Geoffrey Koss ’02, senior vice president of LaSalle Bank; Bradley Schneider ’88, managing principal of Davis Dann Adler Schnieder LLC; and Rahul Sekhar ’99, manager for A.T. Kearney.

Selection criteria include demonstrated leadership ability and commitment to civic and community affairs. Since 1985, LGC has chosen more than 500 men and women to be fellows, including corporate executives, entrepreneurs, school principals, clergy and community organizers. Fellows are encouraged to develop lifelong partnerships with their community, serving as leadership catalysts in diverse settings.

This year’s class includes 36 area leaders. Fellows typically are sponsored and supported financially by their employers. To learn more about LGC and the Kellogg School alums participating in the leadership program, visit the LGC website.

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