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Kellogg Rings Closing Bell


1/14/2011 - Thanks to a joint effort by the Kellogg School and Kellogg Alumni Club of New York (KACNY), Dean Sally Blount rang The Closing Bell for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with several prominent Kellogg alumni on Jan. 14. The NYSE bell-ringing events are among the most widely watched daily news events, with millions tuning in from around the world.

 Alumni featured in the slide show:

Ed Keller ’91, head of United States prime brokerage, Morgan Stanley

Larry Leibowitz, chief operating officer, NYSE

Joe Phoenix ’97, head of global institutional management, Putnam Investments

Flip Huffard ’92, senior managing director, Blackstone Group LP

Catherine Vaughn ’02, managing director, Highbridge Capital Management

Curt Brockelman ’96, co-founder and president, Harvest Volatility Management, LLC

Rich Byrne ’85, chief executive officer, Deutsche Bank Securities

Sally Blount ’92, dean, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

Jerry Kenney ’67, senior advisor, BlackRock Inc.

Wilmot Kidd ’65, president, Central Securities Corp

David Zwiener ’77, partner, Dowling Capital Partners

Glenn Shapiro ’98, portfolio manager, Parameter Capital Management

Lee Lam ’07, associate, real estate equity capital markets, Wells Fargo Securities

Click here to view video of the bell ringing