Nonprofit Management at Kellogg
What do these people have in common?
Sally Blount, Dean of the Kellogg School of Management -- John Wood, Founder of Room to Read --Andrew Youn, Founder of One Acre Fund -- Njideka Harry, Founder of Youth for Technology -- Jim Jones, CEO of ChildServ -- Art Mollenhauer, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Illinois -- Matt Knott, President of Feeding America
All are Kellogg alumni who are using their management and leadership education to have a social impact through nonprofit organizational leadership.
One of the first business schools to focus on public and nonprofit management, Kellogg has graduated legions of students committed to various leadership positions within the civic community. Our alumni and current executive and MBA students are unanimous in their belief that a Kellogg School education enhances their management skills, provides them with tremendous networking opportunities and enables them to serve their constituents with unparalleled excellence. These thoughts are echoed by the scores of nonprofit executives and board members who have participated in executive education programs offered by Kellogg. We invite you to explore all of the resources that Kellogg has for nonprofit practitioners, leaders and students.
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