Congratulations to the Class of 2002 for winning the Reunion Cup! These trailblazing Kellogg Leaders also had the highest Reunion giving participation of all classes by May 7.
More than 1,300 alumni participated in the Reunion Cup Challenge. This support will have a lasting impact on our faculty and students and will fuel Kellogg's work to be the business school of the future.
There is still time to make your Reunion gift before the end of Kellogg's fiscal year on August 31. Join your classmates in supporting the transformative Kellogg experience by investing in the Annual Fund today.
If you are celebrating your Reunion in 2023 and would like to discuss your Reunion gift or have other questions, please email the Kellogg Annual Fund team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all who participated. Congratulations to the Class of 2002 for winning the Cup!
Updated as of May 7, 2022
Thank you to the 2022 Reunion Cup Challengers. These alumni increased the impact and momentum of the school's annual giving by inspiring their classmates to join them in supporting Kellogg. Read about what motivated them to give.
Giving back to Kellogg acknowledges our appreciation for the friendships made, the mentorship we have received from other alums, and the opportunity through teaching to shepherd the next generation of Brave Leaders in the business of healthcare.
I give back to Kellogg to show my gratitude for the incredible opportunity to be a part of the Kellogg experience and to enable Kellogg to continue investing in its people and programs to attract and educate the best and brightest business leaders in the world.
Kellogg made a significant impact on our professional and personal lives. We learned skills that we have used throughout our careers, made lifelong friendships, and have engaged with the Kellogg community on an on-going basis for almost 30 years. We are excited to be in a position to help give back to the next generation of Kellogg students and continue to support the Kellogg community.
It’s been 35 years since graduation, and Kellogg continues to be a great connector across professional relationships and personal friendships. I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunities I’ve had because of my Kellogg education.
My Kellogg experience remains invaluable to me as I work with multigenerational family enterprises where business and family dynamics intersect.
My two years at Kellogg were a blast! We were the last class at the downtown campus, where I lived on Rush Street and walked 5 blocks to school. Despite all the temptations, I never learned more in two years than I did then, and the school has only skyrocketed since.
I was raised in a household that put a big emphasis on education. My wife and I feel that making an investment in Kellogg ensures that future generations will benefit from the quality education Kellogg provides.
The Kellogg Leadership Circle (KLC) is a community of impact generators. KLC gifts significantly influence the school’s ability to quickly act on its most pressing priorities. Directed immediately toward areas of greatest need, this support funds student scholarships, curricular innovation, new initiatives and cutting-edge faculty research.