The Kellogg School of Management is the business school of Northwestern University, Illinois and is currently ranked 21st in the Financial Times Top 100 Business Schools Global MBA ranking 2011. The Kellogg / Hong Kong UST Executive MBA (EMBA) program is ranked number 1 in the Financial Times EMBA rankings.
Alumni from Kellogg School of Management hold positions of authority across many sectors, including hedge funds/private equity, financial services, venture capital, technology, consumer goods, retail, healthcare and biotech, media, the government and academia.
Here is a selection of some of the most notable Kellogg alumni:
- John Livingston, Managing Director Chicago Office, McKinsey & Co
- Jerome P. Kenney, Vice Chairman and Member, Executive Client Coverage Group of Merrill Lynch
- Patrick Ryan, Founder and Executive Chairman of Aon Corporation
- Leland C. Brendsel, Chairman and CEO Emeritus of Freddie Mac
- William Strong, Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, Morgan Stanley
- Jim Safka, CEO of Match.com
- Robert Wayman, former CFO of Hewlett Packard
- Raymond F. Farley, President and CEO Emeritus of S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
- Brad Blum, CEO Emeritus of Burger King
- Colleen A. Goggins, Worldwide Chairman of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products
- Theodore Peter Phillips, President and CEO of the Chicago Bears
- Thomas E. Bergmann, CFO of Harley-Davidson
- John Hoeven, Governor of North Dakota
- Thomas S. Robertson, Dean of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Another high-profile member of the Kellogg alumni is Stacy Blackman, who now runs Stacy Blackman Consulting and helps to guide students through the business school admissions process. Stacy also writes the Strictly Business MBA Blog for US News and has published this book:
The Kellogg School of Management offers the following MBA programs:
- Full-time MBA program
- Part-time MBA program
- Executive MBA program
If you want an insider’s view of Kellogg then you should take a look at Jeremy C Wilson’s excellent blog. Jeremy is a Northwestern JD-MBA in the class of 2012, currently in his first year at Kellogg, he is sharing his experiences through his blog.