Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring 2017




Project Juice in San Francisco has tapped food and beverage industry veteran, Susan Shields, for the position of CEO. Shields comes from more than 25 years in the retail and food sectors, with a stint as a senior vice president at Jamba Juice. She’s also held senior executive positions at Beautifull, Inc., at Safeway’s consumer brands division and as a leader in departments and brands for both Del Monte Foods and the Quaker Oats Co.

Evan “Scott” Cragin will enter phased retirement next year after 28 years teaching marketing and management at Missouri Southern. He is currently helping MSSU lead the implementation of the open-book management system known as the Great Game of Business. MSSU is the first educational institution in the world to adopt this system developed by Jack Stack of SRC Holdings in Springfield, Missouri. Scott will be presenting on The Great Game of Education at the EduTECH conference in Australia in June.

Barbara (Sandy) Golub and Addie Swartz ’87 recently re-connected at Stanford University (Addie’s undergraduate alma mater), where Barb’s son, Noah, and Addie’s daughter, Chloe, are sophomores.

After 17 years at Stark Investments, a multi-strategy hedge fund, Linda Gorens-Levey joined General Capital Group, a real estate development firm, as a partner in March of 2015. In fall of 2015, her family went to visit her younger son, Ben, currently a junior at Northwestern, who was doing a half-year abroad in Chile.