Executive Partnerships

Partnerships in growth and collaboration

Kellogg maximizes opportunities in healthcare by partnering with executives and organizations across a wide range of industries. These collaborations support students as well as corporations looking to broaden their perspectives.

Students will have the opportunity to help solve a real-world business problem, while also gaining valuable insights into leadership, as well as exposure to new networks, companies and industries. Organizations gain access to Kellogg’s cutting-edge research from an expanded, dedicated team.

The important question is how to create value for your stakeholders with the patient front and center of everything you and your team do. Kellogg helped me understand the power of leadership and the strength of a team, and I continue to use diverse thinking to get to the best solutions.

Olivier Visa ’05 / Vice President, OEM, Sports and Donor Services at RTI Surgical

Ways to Engage

Organizations interested in partnering with the program for Healthcare at Kellogg (HCAK) will have access to a network of the best and brightest minds in the field. It’s also a great opportunity to advise the next generation of leaders on current business challenges in a unique and low-risk space.

Sponsor a Project

Empower students to apply their skills to help your organization solve a current business problem.

Recruit Kellogg Talent

Our Career Management Center works closely with companies to recruit talent across the Kellogg network.

Engage with Student Clubs

Kellogg clubs are invaluable to our students’ experience by providing opportunities throughout the year to strengthen industry networks and share knowledge.

Participate in Events

HCAK has many opportunities for partners to attend events and engage with our expansive network. Among these offerings:

MacEachern Symposium

Founded in 1943 by Dr. Malcolm T. MacEachern, this annual event convenes industry experts to offer their insights on how major trends in healthcare will reshape the competitive landscape.

Business of Healthcare Conference

This annual forum offers opportunity for professionals, academics, students and alumni to explore challenging health care issues and to network with professionals who share their interests.

Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition

Open to participants around the world, the Biotech and Healthcare Case competition is one of the oldest and best-known health care competitions. This annual event hosts student teams to tackle complex health care questions beyond a class setting.

Engage with us

To learn more about these opportunities and partnerships, as well as additional ways for business leaders to get involved, contact our program leaders:

Craig Garthwaite
Faculty Director of HCAK
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Julie Gertz
Program Development Manager of HCAK
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