A Powerful, Responsive Network

From the moment you arrive at Kellogg, you become a part of our expansive global alumni network — 58,000 strong in more than 100 countries, spanning almost every industry and endeavor. Despite their busy lives, Kellogg alumni are renowned for their willingness to help students and fellow graduates, generously sharing their wisdom, experience and connections.

Kellogg Legacy

Lifelong Commitment & Connections

Alumni Services
The Kellogg alumni network features a comprehensive alumni directory, upcoming events and networking opportunities. Kellogg’s Alumni Career Services team offers free career coaching, job search support and online resources to support graduates’ lifelong career development. The exclusive Kellogg Job Board generates more than 5,000 postings annually for alumni.

Kellogg Alumni Clubs

Kellogg has more than 70 regional, industry or special interest alumni clubs, allowing graduates to connect with one another in their own communities. Clubs offer lifelong learning and volunteer opportunities, as well as social and networking events.

Your Alumni Community

A smart, ambitious person can build a good career. But to unleash your full potential, you need the right resources and the support of a strong community.
A portrait of Ann Hand, class of '99, who shakes up the construction trade with Project Frog.

Ann Hand '99

Some Assembly Required

Ann Hand '99 shakes up the construction trade with Project Frog.
A portrait of Arun Menawat, class of '96, who retools Novadaq's technology toward less invasive heart procedures.

Arun Menawat '96

The Nimble CEO

Arun Menawat '96 retools Novadaq's technology toward less invasive heart procedures.
A portrait of Cesar Purisima, class of '83, who helped the Phillippines reconstruct its economy following a super typhoon and decades of corruption.

Cesar Purisima '83

The Nation Builder

Cesar Purisima '83 helps the Philippines reconstruct its economy following a super typhoon and decades of corruption.
A portrait of Joe Depinto, class of '99, the 7-Eleven president and CEO.

Joe DePinto '99

Servant Leadership

Joe DePinto '99, 7-Eleven president and CEO, believes that managers must serve to lead.
A portait of Jenny Lee, class of '01, who has become one of Forber' top tech investors.

Jenny Lee '01

The 'Midas' Touch

A self-proclaimed geek, Jenny Lee ’01 combines finance skills with an eye for innovation to become one of Forbes’ top tech investors.
A portrait of Alan Anderson, class of '04, who fights gun violence through job training and placement.

Alan Anderson '04

The Employment Option

With Year Up Chicago, Alan Anderson ’04 fights gun violence through job training and placement.