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Alumni Career Services

The Kellogg School of Management is a leader in Alumni Career & Professional Development and offers free career coaching to alumni of all Kellogg degree programs (Full Time, Evening & Weekend, MSMS and Executive MBA). Last year, we scheduled more than 5,000 Alumni Career & Professional Development coaching appointments on a wide range of career management topics including self-assessment, job search strategies, resumes and cover letters, networking, interviewing, negotiating and onboarding.

Alumni Career Coaching

All of the Alumni Career & Professional Development coaches are closely tied to the school, having worked directly for Kellogg, earned their MBAs at Kellogg or worked in industry. Read through each of our coaches’ specialties and inquire about setting up an appointment via email.

Ann Browning
Ann coaches alumni on new career changes, specializing in resume and cover letter writing and interview preparation.
Email Ann Browning >

Karie Davis
Karie’s specialties include search strategy creation, networking and changing careers.
Email Karie Davis >

Jill Fahlgren
Jill is a Kellogg alum whose coaching work includes career strategy and management, transition and leadership.
Email Jill Fahlgren >

Sarah Hyche
Sarah partners with clients throughout their careers to accelerate personal and professional performance.
Email Sarah Hyche >

Beth Korn
Beth is experienced in career transition and career re-entry, and counsels on job offer decision-making and onboarding.
Email Beth Korn >

Jill MacFadyen
Jill coaches alumni on all aspects of their careers and enjoys helping them figure out what will truly energize them.
Email Jill MacFadyen >

Michelle Awuku-Tatum
Michelle draws on her global experience to help clients implement career advancement strategies.
Email Michelle Awuku-Tatum >

Manage Your Career For a Lifetime

Featured Videos

Owning Your Career
Liza Kirkpatrick, Adnan Rukieh ’85 and Matthew Temple ’93 give advice on taking charge and becoming the CEO of your career.
Own your career >

Professor Harry Kraemer shares why leaders should continue building their networks throughout their careers, not just when seeking their next role.
Build your network >

Career Agility
Professor Carter Cast advises on why leaders need to learn new skills and take stretch assignments to maintain their career agility.
Become more agile >

More Videos
Professor Bernie Banks explains why the only way to create lasting value is to ensure that your actions are in concert with your values.
Create lasting value >

Google executives Ginny Clarke and Stuart Kaplan discuss the importance of resiliency at work.
Stay resilient >

Selling in Your Career
Professor Craig Wortmann emphasizes the importance of selling in your career, regardless of your function.
Sell in your career >

Please note: We are currently updating our career services website to better suit our alumni’s needs at every stage of their career journeys. In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to receive more information about our career resources, please contact us via one of the options listed below. Check back soon for new developments.

Contact Information

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Phone: 847.467.5627

Office of Advancement
Kellogg School of Management
2001 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208-2800