Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring/Summer 2018




Lori Collins

Lori co-authored “The Investor Guide to Physical Climate Risk and Resilience,” which was released at the United Nations climate conference in Bonn and at The One Planet Summit in Paris. Lori is a member of the Global Adaptation and Resilient Investment working group, which has convened over 150 private investors worldwide and developed the paper. Collins received her master’s in carbon management at the University of Edinburgh in 2016 and is principal of Collins Climate Consulting.

Spencer Disher

After moving his family from New York to Charlotte, NC, Spencer has left the banking industry for the angel and startup investing community. He is on the executive board for Charlotte Angel Fund and recently joined the faculty at Johnson and Wale’s Business School, teaching courses in entrepreneurship. In addition to volunteering at various nonprofits, he has found timeto socialize and work with Northwestern’s Charlotte alumni chapter.

Yuki Maruyama

Yuki has three grandchildren – Lena, Ousuke and Lina –and another is forthcoming. In business Yuki focuses on the turnaround of small companies and tries to reflect what he learned at Kellogg: to work hard but not be too serious. Additionally, he is saddened by the loss of Kathryn Galligan last June.

Judy Seldin-Cohen

After retiring from a career with the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team and Booz Allen, Judy has co-authored a book, “Recharging Judaism” through CCAR Press in New York. “Recharging Judaism” is featured on a New Books Network podcast, and Judy’s 2018 book tour is in progress.

William Tabor

The toy company William helped establish, ThinkFun (originally called Binary Arts), was bought in September by German company Ravensburger. Classmates may recall doing group papers in marketing research and new products on ThinkFun’s earliest products, which needed the help. With the sale, William retired from the Smithsonian, where he had been for the last 15 years.