Message from Prof Steven DeKrey, Kellogg-HKUST EMBA Program Founding Director
Precious interview footage with Dean Emeritus Don Jacobs in Hong Kong
A Celebration of the life of Dean Emeritus Don Jacobs
Twenty years ago, one man’s vision revolutionized the world of executive business education. Thanks to this man, the late Dean Emeritus Don Jacobs—founder of the Kellogg EMBA global network—the joint EMBA program between Kellogg and HKUST was formed in 1998 and grew quickly to become the No.1 Executive MBA program in the world.
Although Dean Jacobs is no longer with us, the lives that he touched and the institution that he built will be remembered far beyond him. The Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA program is at the forefront of business education, empowering over 900 thinkers and doers to create lasting and positive change that enhances the lives of our communities and our world. The program’s success would not be possible without the support of you, our alumni, and we hope that you will continue to help us carry out Dean Jacobs’ legacy by donating generously to the Donald P. Jacobs KH Alumni Awards.
The funds from the Awards will be used to strengthen the Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA program by attracting more quality candidates and diversify our enrolment. As an added incentive, KH04 alumnus Ming Mei has pledged to match all donations up to US$1 million, which means that any gift you make will have double the impact.
"I owe a great deal to the Kellogg HKUST EMBA program. Not only did I get a great education but I was lucky to have met and later worked with Dean Jacobs over the last 15 years, he was both a teacher and a mentor to me. I was always amazed at how humble he remained, despite the success and achievements he accomplished in his life. When Steve called me about participating in setting up a Scholarship/Award fund to commemorate Don Jacobs and help the program I agreed to it immediately. The fund will be a great way to memorialize Don, himself a very giving person." -- Ming Mei, KH04
We will announce the fundraising results at the 20th anniversary celebration dinner on July 7th. At that time we will also announce the total gifts from each of the 20 classes, including the largest gift as well as the highest participation rate. Please donate now! If you have any inquiries, please contact the Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Office at 2358-4180. If you are considering a significant gift and want to discuss recognition options, please contact:
Professor Steven J. DEKREY
Associate Dean, HKUST Business School and Founding Director, Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program
Miss Judy Au
Program Director, Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program
Thank you for your support!
Find out more about the Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program here.
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|KH02||Ms Rachel Cheung, Ms Lucy Chow, Mr Hoang-vinh Nguyen, Mr Winston Siu, Mr Yuka Yeung, Mr Charles Yip, Ms Cammy Yiu|
|KH03||Mr Joseph R. Cavatoni, Mr Robin Arthur Joffe, Mr Mario Miranda, Mr Charles Ng, Mr Hon-pia Suen (In memory), Mr Barry Sutch|
|KH04||Mr Eddy Chan, Mr Gary Chan, Mrs Estella Chiu, Mr David O. Chua, Ms Maureen Kwok, Mr Brutus Lo, Mr Ming Z. Mei, Mr Malcolm Sullivan, Prof Dekai Wu|
|KH05||Mr Alexander Shlaen|
|KH06||Ms Betty Lin, Mr Thomas Liu, Mr Harold Mandel, Mr Peter Reichenbach|
|KH07||Mr Hakan Bulgurlu, Mr Gregory Gilligan, Mr Akihiko Katayama, Mr Mark Knief, Mr Lucas Leung, Ms Samantha Suen|
|KH08||Mr Ferdinand Cheuk, Ms Peggy Liu, Mr Raymond Ngai, Ms Dora Tong, Mr Lawrence Yen|
|KH09||Mr Louis Chan, Ms Nancy Lee, Mr Mike Oyson, Mr Benson Perelonia|
|KH10||Mr Jerry Chang, Mr Bobby Chen, Mr Clarence Chung, Ms Angela Dong, Ms Wendy Gan, Mr Terence Kam, Mr Peter Tsang, Mr Michael Yong-Haron|
|KH11||Mr Brian Brenner, Ms Christine Cheung, Mr NiQ Lai, Mr Deepak Lala, Mr Ricky Lau, Ms Ada Ng, Mr John O'Brien, Mr Chee Wee Teo, Ms Linda Wang|
|KH12||Mr Tomi Erkkila, Mr Lowell Glenn Fassett, Mr Benjamin Lai, Dr Jack Lau, Mr Nigel Lee, Mr Phil Lee, Mr Dominic Pang, Ms Renate Tietjen, Mr Michael Yip|
|KH13||Mr Stephen Au, Mr Michael Cheung, Mr David Day, Mr Tim Fitzpatrick, Mr Alex Hurd, Mr Edwin Lee, Ms Gigi Mantaring, Mr Suny Mou, Mr Mahbub Rahman, Mr Raymond Roessel, Mr Dwi Suseno, Mr Prab Thakral, Mr Terrence Tsang|
|KH14||Mr Paramesh Prasad, Mr Sheldon Xie, Mr Yasuo Yamada|
|KH15||Mr Daniel Shih|
|KH16||Mr Andy Fok, Mr Michael Huang, Mr Takutaro Onoe, Mr Michael Wong|
|KH17||Mr Ian Bell, Mr Allen Wong|
|KH18||Mr Raymond Lau, Mr Takashi Sugihara|
|KH19||Mr Abdullo Akhadov, Mr Nao Kakitani, Ms Elsa Wong|
|KH20||Mr Joe Cheung, Mr Raphael Ho, Mr Aki Yagi, Mr Michael Yue|
|KH21||Mr Ramsey Changoo, Mr Juan Gabarron, Mr Zhou Huang, Mr Desmond Huey, Mr Lei Jin, Mr Alvan Kwok, Ms Lisa Lau, Ms Shiu Yi Lin, Mr John Natividad, Mr Robert Phillips, Mr Daniel Suen, Mr Yusuf Sujono, Mr Ethan Sun, Ms Claire Tang, Ms Wing Xiao, Mr Kevin Ye, Mr John Yoo, Mr Dong Zhao|
|Kellogg Alumni||Prof Cassian Cheung|
|Family and Friends||Dr Sally Blount, Prof KC Chan, Prof Sunil Chopra, Prof Steven J DeKrey and Mrs Veronica DeKrey, Mr Sterling Franklin, Prof Larry Franklin and Mrs Mei Kwong Franklin, Prof Vidhan Goyal, Prof Roger King, Mrs Annie Jacobs Kolb, Mr David Jacobs, Mrs Lessah Jacobs-Givot, Prof Dipak Jain, Prof. Harry Kraemer, Prof. Lakshman Krishnamurthi, Mr Marc Landsberg, Prof Angela Lee, Dr David Li K P, Prof Loran Nordgren, Prof Milind Rao and Mrs Hsin-Ying Rao, Prof Brett Saraniti, Prof Jaideep Sengupta|