Center is constantly planning new events that appeal
to a wide audience. Whether you’re a student,
an academic, or a veteran of the corporate ranks, Kellogg CEW
activities provide a valuable opportunity to learn about
and discuss current issues that affect women leaders.
Drawing on talented individuals from across the nation,
these innovative programs are designed to raise consciousness
and spark ideas. We hope you’ll attend one of
our leadership presentations, research talks, or numerous
other events in order to educate yourself, network,
and share your thoughts.
Research Talk Series
Kellogg Center for Executive Women brings talented academics to campus to discuss their
cutting-edge research with professors and graduate students.
The Kellogg Center for Executive Women and the Kellogg Alumni Relations Office are working together to convene a series of sessions for the most influential women from Kellogg. We launched this series with Betsy Holden, Senior Advisor for McKinsey & Company, presenting the findings of the McKinsey study on How Remarkable Women Lead.
Our second installment brought together female directors and senior executives from within the same companies in an exploration of how the Board and Upper-Management can work together to drive organizational results.
Be on the lookout for this series' third installment to take place in late 2013 or early 2014.
In cooperation with The Executives’ Club of
Women's Leadership Breakfast: Ertharin Cousin
Etharin Cousin, Exectuive Director, United Nations World Food Programme
Executives' Club online to register and purchase tickets.