Check out the list of notable Kellogg School Of Management alumni. Some of the notable Kellogg School Of Management students are and Charlie Baker.

Kellogg School of Management has often appeared in the lists of top 10 business schools from around the world. Two campuses of this business school are situated in the state of Illinois alone and one in Miami, Florida. Many universities from India, China, Spain, Hong Kong, Canada and Thailand have apparently collaborated with Kellogg for academic purposes. Apart from being known as an institution which imparts education of great quality, Kellogg’s notable alumni association has also grabbed the attention of people from different parts of the globe. Bill McDermott, the CEO of the multi-billion dollar enterprise ‘SAP’, former chairman of Motorola - Christopher B Galvin, renowned Turkish political leader Ali Babacan and chief of the ‘The Allstate Corporation’, Thomas J Wilson, are a few noteworthy businessmen who had spent a lot of time at the classrooms and corridors of this famous institution. Bill McDermott has been an important part of renowned enterprises like ‘Xerox’ and ‘SAP’. He joined ‘SAP AMERICA’ in 2002 and served as its CEO for quite some time, after working in ‘Xerox’ for 17 years and earning many accolades for his service at the firm. Christopher B Galvin had enrolled for an MBA and eventually this Kellogg alumnus went on to work at several renowned enterprises. Here are a few other noteworthy celebrities who were once students of the Kellogg School Of Management. Their accomplishments in the corporate world have been outstanding and these individuals have set examples for millions to follow.
Charlie BakerCharlie Baker
(72nd Governor of Massachusetts)

13 November 1956

Elmira, New York, U.S.

American

Scorpio

George StiglerGeorge Stigler
(Economist)

17 January 1911

01 December 1991

Seattle

American

Capricorn

Ali BabacanAli Babacan
(Politician, Diplomat)

04 April 1967

Ankara

Turkish

Aries

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