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Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund
The Kellogg School of Management is pleased to announce the creation of the Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund in memory of Kellogg Alumni Advisory Board (KAAB) member Lee Hague. Lee received his undergraduate business degree from Northwestern University in 1968 and his master's degree from Kellogg in 1973. Lee was an enthusiastic and loyal supporter of the Kellogg School and served on the KAAB until his recent passing.

The Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund is a permanent endowment that will benefit Kellogg students pursuing a specialization in media management. This gift was established in Lee's honor by Joseph Field, founder and chairman of Entercom Communications Corp., one of the largest radio broadcasters in the United States. Lee Hague served with distinction for 23 years on the board of directors of Entercom Communications and was integral in taking the company public in 1999. The Lee M. Hague Memorial fund will provide scholarship and project support for students pursuing careers in the media and entertainment industry. The faculty of the media management program at Kellogg will determine the student recipient(s) on a yearly basis.

Lee Hague served as chairman and CEO of The Aspect Group in Los Angeles from 1999 until 2003. The Aspect Group is a collection of six creative teams specializing in integrated marketing solutions for the entertainment community including film, television, print, interactive, gaming and DVD.

Reflecting upon the establishment of the Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund, Lee's wife, Janis Bingay Hague (Northwestern '69), said: "Our family feels great pride and joy in Entercom Communication's establishment of the Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. It is a true blending of two institutions that meant a great deal to Lee during his life. It is a tribute to the legacy of his character that Kellogg students will be aided in their careers in the media industry that he loved. We look forward to watching this endowment grow for the benefit of many worthy candidates."

Additional gifts to the Lee M. Hague Memorial Fund can be made by contacting Alice Barda at or 847-467-5389.

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