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 Spring/Summer issue of Kellogg magazine.

The many paths toward impact at Kellogg

With so many ways to make a meaningful difference in the world, we asked our community: “What does ‘impact’ mean to you?”

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Widening the path to the American promise

A nonprofit executive and Executive MBA student, Jonathan Chaparro ’22 wants to make high-quality education and career success more attainable for first-generation college students and students from humble beginnings. 

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A passion for building relationships

A Full-Time MBA student and entrepreneur, Ashley Thurmond Abraham ’22 aspires to make a difference on a person-to-person level.

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More in This Issue

BlackRock’s Daniel Gamba ’97 MBA on his Kellogg foundations

Great leaders make their mark on the world “not from a position of authority; it’s from a position of helping others be better,” says the finance-industry leader.

Creating a model for workplace mental health

Mind Share Partners, led by Kelly Greenwood ’07 MBA, works with companies to drive culture change around mental health at work.

Toward a more equitable tech future

Njideka Harry ’12 MBA wants to see the public, private, citizen and governmental sectors work together to address social needs.

A reunion for the history books

The sound of excited chatter and joyful re-connections echoed through the Global Hub this past spring, as the Kellogg School of Management hosted in-person alumni reunions for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.