Each year, nearly 200 leaders from the world of business, non-profit, academia, government, defense, and the arts come together for three days at Kellogg to explore the intersection of leadership, innovation, and global prosperity. The Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) Global Summit, known as KIN Global, attracts delegates like Denis Browne, SVP of SAP Imagineering, Nancy Brinker, Founder of Susan G. Komen and Susan Credle, CCO of Leo Burnett. The open session features:
Chief Executive Oﬃcer
Project Frog, a company that focuses on innovation in construction and healthcare
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Oﬃcer
Planet Labs, private company that aims to create an Earth imaging satellite network with open data access
Social Justice Entrepreneur & Non-Proﬁt Leader
Former CEO: TechNet: the preeminent bipartisan political network of CEOs and Seniors Executives that promotes the growth of technology-led innovation
Co-founder: One Economy Corporation: global, nonprofit organization that uses the power of technology to connect underserved, low-income communities around the world to vital online information and resources
Tesla Motors, designs and manufactures premium electric vehicle
Space X, designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft
Founder & Chief Executive Oﬃcer
Kitchen Community, nonprofit that brings outdoor vegetable gardens called “Learning Gardens” to schoolyards and community spaces
Sugarland, Multiple Grammy award-winning artist
This year the event will take place from May 28th through May 30th at the Allen Center and will be exploring Change @ Scale. This event is exclusively for global leaders but we have the chance for you to experience portions of the summit for FREE.
There are two ways to participate: 1) by attending the Open Sessions and 2) via live video streaming of the Summit.
You must register to attend the Thursday Open Sessions. Dress is business casual.
Registration for the Open Sessions will be open to the entire Northwestern University and Kellogg Alumni starting Friday, May 2nd . Register early to secure your spot for the session.