The purpose of the Kellogg Alumni Council (KAC) is to serve as strategic partners and leaders in catalyzing our global alumni community, a network that vitally connects alumni to one another and the school throughout their lifetime.
KAC members are champions and ambassadors of Kellogg who strengthen and enrich our network. They dedicate valuable time to:
KAC at a Glance
In order to provide comprehensive support to the Kellogg community, KAC members are divided into four working groups that focus on specific initiatives. These include partnering with alumni clubs and affinity networks to build and maintain the lifetime value of the Kellogg network, working with students and other alumni to create sustainable links between the two groups, supporting the admissions office in its outreach to high-potential admitted applicants and scholarship recipients, and shaping global strategies to foster deeper, more meaningful connectivity among the global Kellogg alumni community.
Each group is assigned a lead who is instrumental in driving value for members. KAC working group leaders also help position the Kellogg alumni community to thrive in the future while creating a legacy of progress and innovation that inspires both students and alumni to get involved.
Membership to the KAC is a three-year term, after which members transition to the Pete Henderson Society to continue their mission of promoting global engagement in the Kellogg community.