EMBA graduates give back with class gifts
Kellogg Office of Development and Alumni Relations is pleased
to announce the results of the latest Executive
MBA Program class gift campaigns. Members of EMP-65 and
EMP-66 collectively generated more than $280,000 in pledges
with an 87 percent participation rate.
pledged $129,000 with a 98 percent participation rate under
the leadership of Anne Darnley, Colette Fried,
Kristin Norris and Bernadette Trucco. EMP-66,
led by Kim Hendrix and Allison Knapp, secured
$152,350 in pledges with 79 percent participation.
from EMP-66 designated their gift to the EMBA Alumni Enrichment
Fund. As graduating students become alumni, Kellogg strives
to maintain and strengthen these connections within the Kellogg
community. The fund is designed to continue the relationship
between the school and its alumni, allowing Kellogg to provide
programs specifically for executive MBA alumni.
members of EMP-65 split their class gift between the Alumni
Enrichment Fund and the EMBA Scholarship Fund. Kellogg has
a limited number of tuition scholarships for EMBA applicants
coming from organizations where institutional sponsorship
is not possible — such as nonprofits, government agencies
or small startups. These scholarships enhance and diversify
the student cohort and the experiences they bring to the program.
All applicants to the Kellogg EMBA programs are screened for
eligibility, and no separate application is required to be
considered for these scholarships, which are awarded at the