Diversity & Inclusion at Kellogg

Our Commitment...


At Kellogg, we share an unshakable commitment to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive environment. This ecosystem encourages and upholds distinct voices and varying perspectives from every background and society. It also prepares students to wisely lead global organizations and influence how complex problems are solved.

Our goal is to foster a community that reflects the world around us; one that embraces and welcomes people from all cultures, religious beliefs, ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations.

To ensure our goal is met, we consistently invest in programs, partnerships, initiatives and events that challenge conventional thinking, broaden perspectives and highlight the transformative power of diversity and inclusion in the Kellogg community.

“Diversity is vital to our community. It starts with our inclusive leadership and is embedded throughout every area at Kellogg.”
– Larissa Williams / Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion

Event Highlights

April 16-20

MOSAIC Week 1 / Celebrating the world of diversity at Kellogg

April 23-28

MOSAIC Week 2 / Celebrating the world of diversity at Kellogg

May 8-9

Global Women's Summit / Bringing more women into the C-suite

Diversity & Inclusion: Stronger Together

Humans of Kellogg

Humans of Kellogg

Humans of Kellogg is a student-led initiative of stories and portraits that provide a glimpse into the diverse lives of our community. Photographed by: Jonny San '18.
Kellogg Professor Rima Toure-Tillery

Black Lives Matter

Students, faculty and staff gathered together for “Why Kellogg Wore Black,” a faculty-led discussion and student panel on current race relations in the U.S.
Pride at Kellogg


Pride@Kellogg is one of the most active and visible student organizations, and has established Kellogg as the top business school for LGBT MBA students worldwide.
Kellogg Women's Business Association

Women's Business Association

Kellogg Women’s Business Association challenges, engages and empowers women in their personal and professional aspirations.
Class of 2020 46% women admitted

The Numbers

Our students are exceptional men and women, team players and hardworking leaders from different states, nations, ethnic backgrounds, industries and fields of study.