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Every autumn, the United States marks Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 to celebrate the innumerable contributions of Hispanic and Latinx people and communities to business, culture and society.

Read on to learn about the groups, activities and resources that support and uplift Hispanic and Latinx students, alumni and staff, not only during this celebratory month but all year round.

Kellogg groups

Hispanic Management Association (Full-Time)

A student-led group, this organization seeks to empower its members to achieve their full professional and social potential, so that they may become business and community leaders.

Hispanic Management Association (Evening & Weekend)

Serving part-time students, this group aims to develop the Hispanic/Latinx community at Kellogg to foster brave leadership professionally and socially. It empowers its members with professional development, provides an avenue to support, engages with the Hispanic community at-large and promotes diversity within the Evening & Weekend program.

Latin American Management Association (KLATAM)

Serving full-time students, this group aims to be both a cultural and a professional club. They are committed to providing their members with opportunities and support through professional activities, mentorship, speaker series and social events.

ENLACE (intranet link)

A resource group for staff members, ENLACE builds an engaged, visible and empowered Latinx community at Kellogg.

Kellogg Hispanic Alumni Business Group

This affinity group provides professional development, networking and leadership opportunities for Kellogg's Hispanic alumni community. 

Events and programming

Each year, student groups host “Mi Gente Week,” a celebration of Hispanic and Latinx culture and contributions. Last year’s events included panel discussions, a fireside chat with a C-level executive and several fun social gatherings. Check Campus Groups throughout the month as events are added to find the latest details for this year’s programming. 

Further reading 

Celebrate this special month by hearing perspectives from our Kellogg community and learning about the latest faculty research on inclusion and belonging.

Professor Lauren Rivera on what her upbringing and her journey to a PhD taught her about cultural capital

Luis Eduardo Cerro Chiang ’23 on the importance of mental health and how he used his MMM Program experience to explore health equity 

From Kellogg Insight: A diversity, equity and inclusion reading list based on faculty research 

From The Insightful Leader podcast: What should DEI work actually look like? 

Learn more about the school's commitment to inclusion and belonging.