Kellogg alumni around the world are leading in areas ranging from healthcare to sustainability to finance and beyond. We are pleased to highlight just a few of their stories in our fall/winter issue of Kellogg magazine.

Frank Su

A hunger for solving complex problems

As head of a private equity fund in Asia, Frank Su makes an impact by creating value.

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Collage of images of Nancy Ramamurthi

5 jobs, 5 stories: Nancy Ramamurthi ’93

The multitalented marketer, tech leader and entrepreneur extols the joys of charting a career course in unexpected directions.

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Penny Pennington

The modern, agile, 100-year-old firm

Edward Jones’ Penny Pennington ’12 reflects on the importance of emotional intelligence and how a human-centric approach helped the firm navigate the challenges of the pandemic.

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Exterior of the Global Hub campus building

School news and announcements

Read more about Kellogg's new Executive Board for Asia, David Schonthal's appointment as head of entrepreneurship programming, and a generous gift that will expand the reach of Kellogg's real-estate program.

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Audience of Kellogg alumni at reunion weekend

Save the date for Reunion 2022

Join us as in-person Kellogg Reunion celebrations return to campus this spring.

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Illustration of a business ideas coming to life within an outdoor garden

Working toward a better world

Meet four Kellogg alumni changing the course of social and environmental impact.
Dean Cornelli, David Kabiller and the inaugural Kabiller Prize Recipients

Leading with empathy in business and beyond

Kellogg faculty and alumni are digging in to the science and application of empathy to better understand how it’s cultivated and how it can lead organizations to greater success.