Eric Bates ’13, senior manager of retail strategy and wealth management solutions, investor services at Charles Schwab, joins as the new social chair, replacing Julia McCloskey and filling the other Kellogg board seat at Denver Business Series.
The club would like to enormously thank both Manasi and Julia for their leadership, dedication, friendship and service to the club and the Kellogg community in Colorado.
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On May 9, in conjunction with the Wharton and HBS Clubs of Dallas, we hosted Powerful Leading Ladies of Law Enforcement, an event that featured two of the most powerful women shaping Dallas law enforcement, which has women in three of its most senior law enforcement roles. Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson and Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown discussed their journeys, visions for the future and the outlooks for others in leadership in one of the toughest industries in the country: law enforcement.
On June 13, our quarterly Kellogg Leadership Forum Roundtable event was hosted at the Health Care Service Corporation C1 Innovation Lab. The Kellogg Leadership Forum Roundtable is an opportunity for 30-50 senior executives in besthookupwebsites.org/pl/smore-recenzja/ Dallas to connect over lunch while learning about and discussing a relevant topic for today’s business leaders. To date, more than 250 executives have attended an event in diverse settings, ranging from T5’s Data Warehouse Centers to Amazon’s Fulfillment Center and various other corporate offices. In 2018, this group will have met at Pizza Hut’s headquarters, Blue Cross Blue Shield’s C1 Innovation Center, McKesson Healthcare Vision Center and Texas Capital Bank’s board room.
” This annual event is a chance for Kellogg and Northwestern alumni as well as the general public to have a lot of fun while supporting an important cause with all proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star Texas.
The Kellogg Alumni Club of New York (KACNY) offered a variety of thought leadership and social events to the New York area alumni community in the first half of 2018. Several club events that brought together hundreds of faculty, alumni and industry experts are highlighted below.
Our winter programming kicked off with the Super Bowl 52: Pregame Advertising Review with Professor Tim Calkins. This third annual event was highly interactive and enjoyable. Participants were provided a sneak peek at what advertisers had produced for the big game.
To welcome 2018, a celebratory New York New Year was held in the Chelsea neighborhood, with 75+ participants. The evening was full of good cheer and lively conversation.
An Evening with Kellogg Professor Carter Cast was co-hosted with the Kellogg Financial Network (pictured below). Professor Cast reviewed his recent book and offered insights into the rituals of business life and his research regarding career derailment. The event was well attended, with 100+ alumni participating, and received very positive feedback.
The diverse panel of international leaders at the Doing Business in China: A Look at Cultural Differences event offered insights into understanding cultural differences to build trust with clients and business partners and foster success. It was an engaging, timely and informative evening, with 50+ participants.
The Kellogg Alumni Club of New York + Tech Day NY was held at Pier 94. The expo showcased more than 500 startups and mature companies and drew more than 20k visitors from the region’s tech community. KACNY ran a block of booths, which included three current Kellogg student- and alumni-founded companies. The booths were highly visible and attracted many entrepreneurs and prospective students.