Intercontinental impact

Kellogg alumni around the world are leading in areas ranging from entrepreneurship to public service to finance to family business and beyond. We are pleased to highlight just a few of their stories in our spring/summer issue of Kellogg magazine.

πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ Belgium

From business leader to Belgian prime minister

As a world leader, Alexander De Croo ’04 is applying the lessons he learned at Kellogg and as an entrepreneur.

Reading time 6 minutes

πŸ‡§πŸ‡· Sao Paolo

Entrepreneurship from outrage

Cristina Junqueira ’08 is on a mission with the co-founders of Nubank to make banking in Latin America more accessible.

Reading time 5 minutes

πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ Japan

Promoting sustainable finance for the public good

Hiro Mizuno ’95 pursues market sustainability for the benefit of his country and the world.

Reading time 6 minutes

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ Miami & Lagos

An international journey to family business

Spanning the U.S., Europe and Nigeria, the career path of Ugochi Nwoga ’19 has brought her from the corporate world to entrepreneurship and back to her family firm.

Reading time 5 minutes

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ China

Leading with boldness and humility

Joey Wat ’00 grows Fortune 500 company with innovation and empathy.

Reading time 6 minutes

Global Entrepreneurial Finance

Professor JosΓ© Liberti’s course examines partnerships formed by businesses outside the U.S.

Leading at the top

As of July 1, 2021, Kellogg alumni head up at least 19 companies among the Fortune 500.

Entrepreneurship Spotlight

Learning to pivot as an entrepreneur

Brunna Beccaro Seabra ’20 shares insights on her experience launching a startup that was acquired by one of the largest banks in Brazil.

Startup spotlight: Smartworks

Harsh Binani, the co-founder of India's largest provider of agile, flexible workspaces, sees success with his venture even during COVID-19.

Hotel Alma Mater

Entrepreneur Ben Weprin '10 created Graduate Hotels, a line of nearly 30 locally inspired properties that highlight the best of university life.