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Each year, 85 graduate students from around the world are selected based on outstanding academic performance and leadership. Each receives a $35,000 award toward their final year of studies.

Kellogg’s 2015 Siebel Scholars from the Full-Time Program are:


Prior to Kellogg, Kunnackal held successful technology management positions at Motorola and startup Trilibis. He serves as the Vice President of Industry Relations for the Kellogg High Tech club, which aims to connect business students interested in technology with top-tier firms. He also acts as a peer coach for incoming students. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the Singapore-MIT Alliance as well as an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering with First Class Honors from NTU, Singapore.

Rehberger currently serves as president of the Kellogg Impact Consulting Club and as academic director of the Healthcare Club. She interned in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health and led two initiatives to build more effective community health worker programs in developing countries, with a specific focus on Liberia. Prior to Kellogg, she worked as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, focusing on the healthcare industry. Rehberger graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Notre Dame, where she majored in Economics, Political Science and Computer Applications, and studied abroad in East Africa.

Prior to Kellogg, Reilly worked for RoundTable Healthcare Partners, a healthcare-focused private equity firm, where he specialized in acquiring middle-market pharmaceutical companies. He is spending his summer with Renaissance Pharma, working on a generic drug pipeline that will drive down costs in the U.S. healthcare system. He has leadership positions in both the Healthcare and Private Equity clubs. He holds an A.B. cum laude in Economics and a Certificate in French from Harvard University, where he helped lead student radio station WHRB.

Shain is in the dual-degree MMM program with Kellogg and the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science. He serves as a director for the Kellogg Innovation Network, Big Data & Analytics Club and Kellogg Rugby Club while also serving in various leadership capacities in admissions recruiting. Prior to Kellogg he founded an eLearning company that helped over 30,000 clients meet federal requirements in safety training. He also was a consultant in the Strategy & Operations practice of Deloitte Consulting. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Maryland.

In her first year at Kellogg, Tingley served as the co-chair of Day At Kellogg. In this role she managed a 13-student executive committee responsible for planning two weekends for admitted students. She also served as a director in the High Tech Club, as a technology representative in the Kellogg Student Association, and as a co-leader of the week-long, student-run technology trek. Tingley graduated from Duke University with a degree in Public Policy Studies. Prior to Kellogg, Christen worked in education reform at the New York City Department of Education and at Student Achievement Partners, an education non-profit. She interned with McKinsey & Company in their Chicago office.