Keita Suzuki '09
Just days before Keita Suzuki '09 left Japan to begin his first year at Kellogg, his 3-year-old son Kai was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Although doctors determined that Kai was "high-functioning," the diagnosis shook Suzuki.
Huma Gruaz '08
When Huma Gruaz '08 moved to the United States in 1996 after a multi-year stay in Holland, she was the mother of a toddler, pregnant with her second child, and without any U.S.-based work experience.
George Bischof '94
George Bischof's '94 fingerprints can be found on a few game-changing companies — Facebook, Zipcar and Salesforce.com, as well as on such core IT companies as Box.net and Fusion-io.