Three Kellogg students invited to participate in International Achievement Summit
3/1/2004 - Three Kellogg School students have been invited to participate in the 43rd annual International Achievement Summit, a four-day event that brings the best leaders in science, business, history, politics and the arts together with 250 of the world’s brightest scholars in higher education.
Allison Barmann, Arlindo Eira Filho and Brian Myers—all 2003 Siebel Scholars—will rub shoulders with 30 new members and 50 past members of the Academy of Achievement, a nonprofit, Washington, D.C.-based organization that sponsors the summit. This year’s program takes place June 10-13 in Chicago.
The list of this year’s leaders hasn’t yet been released, but past participants include Gen. Wesley Clark, former president Bill Clinton, George Clooney, Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley, Sam Donaldson, Bob Dylan, Coretta Scott King, Shimon Peres, Colin Powell, Desmond Tutu and Elie Wiesel.