Building on the recent success of the real estate program at Kellogg, the Kellogg Real Estate Alumni Network (formerly the Kellogg Real Estate Alumni Club) was formed nearly a decade ago. KREAN represents alumni nationwide but is focused on events in the Chicago area at this time until interest in KREAN builds. The goals of KREAN include:
Recent KREAN events included a golf networking and fundraising outing, networking happy hours, a fall football tailgate and events with other Chicago area schools’ real estate alumni clubs. The Kellogg-Booth real estate challenge is a major student event that KREAN supports. The challenge is a major networking event and provides exposure for current students in the Chicago real estate community. Promoting the Kellogg Real Estate Conference to boost alumni attendance is another key goal. Alumni can become active in mentoring students or lend their time and efforts by presenting to network members or helping plan the conference. The resources are vast and the network hopes to harness those resources to enhance the value of our Kellogg affiliation.
KREAN is in the process of expanding its database of alumni in real estate and we encourage alumni to complete their profile. If you would like to get involved or have ideas for the network, contact Mike Travalini at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Travalini '09 President
Rob Mason '09 Vice-President
Mirela Gabrovska '98 Treasurer
Casey Wendeln '09 Secretary
Denise Akason '92 Board Member
David Burden '00 Board Member
Yale Dieckmann '06 Board Member
Brian Driesse '06 Board Member
Phillip Joseph '97 Board Member
Zain Koita '08 Board Member
John Poe '01 Board Member
David Rosenthal '80 Board Member
Rajen Shastri '11 Board Member
Jerrod Wigal '07 Board Member
The Kellogg Alumni Clubs and Affinity Networks Team provides comprehensive resources and collaborates with club and affinity network leaders to support you as you establish, grow and sustain a successful group. View our playbook of best practices and complete list of brand assets to begin organizing your next event.