After graduating from Kellogg, Dorsey launched a business in a then-unheard-of market: email marketing software. Thirteen years later, his company, ExactTarget, was bought by Salesforce in an all-cash offer for $2.5 billion.
Named Fortune’s most powerful female CEO in 2013, Ann Hand is revolutionizing the construction industry with Project Frog, a building company that offers kits for easily assembled and sustainable buildings.
Reynolds is the founder of Loop Capital, a full-service investment bank with clients across the globe. Now he’s working to improve the futures of at-risk youths in his hometown.
Anderson is fighting gun violence through employment at Year Up Chicago, a nonprofit that provides low-income adults ages 18 to 24 with one year of technical and professional training for college credit.
Learn how Waddell went from bank trainee to CEO — and transitioned Northern Trust into a new era of banking.
Kullman braved an unlikely career move and started a new division from scratch. She credits the experience as key in developing the ability to motivate a team, a crucial skill for the CEO of a $36 billion global corporation.
Access an endless number of events and opportunities, including networking sessions, social gatherings, lectures and other special-interest activities. Held throughout the year, these events are great opportunities to broaden your professional circles, gain industry knowledge or simply enjoy the company of your peers.
Kellogg alumni clubs throughout the world regularly host lectures and webinars featuring Kellogg faculty and top business leaders. These events, such as our popular Kellogg Insight Live series, cover a wide range of topical issues and industries.
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