Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring/Summer 2018




Nicole Neuefeind

Nicole continues to live in Barcelona, Spain. Her company, Boats Group, where she is the product manager for the site, recently moved its headquarters to Miami. A trip there for a design sprint in early December gave her a chance to catch up with Lucien Tenn ’95 and his family.

Luk Lau

Luk and Jay Rhyu ’95 are new co-founders and CEOs of a boutique trading firm in the NJ/NY area, where they are managing IRAs and other trading accounts for multinationals. Both are experts in options trading, especially in the technology space. If any classmates want to invest or talk trading strategies, please feel free to reach out.

Lucía Paiz

Lucía was married on November 2017 to Miguel De Leon in Antigua, Guatemala, and is very happy to share their joy. They now share four children, ages 22, 20, 16 and 13.

Todd Rooker

Todd recently joined Cigna HealthSpring as president, Medicare Part D pharmacy, where he is responsible for its Medicare Part D pharmacy program that serves more than 1.3 million Medicare beneficiaries. In his downtime, he and his better half, Kristin, are living vicariously through their two high school seniors’ college selection process and counting down the days to becoming empty nesters.

Hiro Mizuno

Hiro is back in Japan and now chief information officer of Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan and is responsible for investing $1.4 trillion worth of public pension funds. He’s very active in the field of sustainability and responsible investment and was elected a board member of UNPRI (Principles for Responsible Investment).

Jeff Hyman

Two years in the making, Jeff published his first book, “Recruit Rockstars.” Based on his 25 years in executive recruiting and the MBA course he currently teaches at Kellogg, the book is a 10-step playbook to finding winners. He has recruited more than 3,000 people since graduating from Kellogg and made every mistake mentioned in the book, which is why he decided to write it.

Per Torgersen

Per and Ted Pfeiffer ’95 married October 2, 2016, after 22 years and 2 kids.

Carissa Ganelli

Carissa was promoted to the position of chief digital officer at Subway Restaurants. She joined the company in 2016 as vice president of marketing technology. Over the past year she has played a role in advancing the brand’s digital strategy, including the introduction of a new Subway mobile app, online ordering, self-ordering kiosks, digital menu boards, contactless payment options and other technologies.

Mark Lamps

Mark has been living in Minnesota for 10 years and is happy to see his oldest son progress through Northwestern. His company, Pentair, is splitting up and Mark will move to the segment to be named nVent going forward.