Meet the KR Board
The KR Alumni Club Board includes several categories of volunteers, which together enables the Board to consistently deliver quality events and activities, and as summarized below:
1. Core team
The 'core team' is the collective name for the KR Alumni Board members who regularly, actively participate in the thinking behind and the organization of KR Alumni Club events and activities. This core team has grown significantly over the last 2 years, and is the nerve centre of the Board of the KR Alumni Club. The simplest way for the Board of the KR Alumni Club to be able to deliver even more value is to continue to grow this team.
Core team members include the following:
Class Name KR02 Jonathan Berger KR02 Ygal Dikovsky KR04 Stuart Ballan KR04 Orna Barkat KR05 Nadav Berger KR06 Uri Wardinon KR06 Ayelet Oron KR07 Terry Gerstner
2. Class representatives - Events
Every graduated KR class has an active class representative associated with it, related to Events. These class representatives play an instrumental part in maximizing the attendance of KR Alumni related to KR Alumni from their respective classes. Typically, they are collectively responsible for 50% to 60% of the attendance at the larger KR Alumni Club events. As such, even though their services are not called on on a daily basis, when they are asked to help, they always deliver. Details of individual class representatives can be found in the table below.
3. Class representatives - Kellogg-World magazine
Every graduated KR class has an active class representative associated with it, related to helping secure new material for Kellogg-World magazine. About 3 times a year, Kellogg-World magazine, Kellogg's most prestigious printed publication, requests input and articles from alumni classes regarding career changes, personal changes, class events, etc. This team directly communicates with their respective classes, requests new material, prepares a response to Kellogg combining information from multiple class members, and submits a package of information to the Editor of Kellogg-World magazine, within a deadline and formatted to publication guidelines. This activity is a key contribution to continuing to enhance the KR visibility and brand in the eyes of the readership of Kellogg-World magazine. Details of individual class representatives can be found in the table below
The KR Alumni Board also includes a number of observers, who attend KR Alumni board meetings, offer suggestions and advice, but are less active in day-to-day alumni club activities. Often, these Board members simply don't have the time to actually organize events, however their perspectives are always valuable. Over the last years, we have seen some 'observers' becoming significantly more active as either their personal circumstances change, or as they identify activities that are of specific interest to them.
5. KR Admin team
The KR team is an integral partner in the activities of the KR Alumni Club. The KR Alumni Club's Board maintains excellent communication and relationships with KR, and KR Board meetings are usually attended by 2 members of the KR team.
6. Summary of Class representatives
The following table summarizes both categories of 'Class Representatives', as discussed above:
KR01 Kim MacMilan Kim MaxMillan KR02 Jonathan Berger Jill Marie-Reinach KR03 Abdul Malek Al-Jaber Netta Rotman KR04 Orna Barkat Stuart Ballan KR05 Nadav Berger Nadav Berger KR06 Ilan Azouri Ilan Azouri KR07 Terry Gerstner Terry Gerstner KR08 Gabi Campos Sharon Schreiber KR-HT01 Mike Jacobs Mike Jacobs KR-HT02 JJ Sussman JJ Sussman KR-HT03 Amnon Harshoshanim Amnon Harshoshanim