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A True Partner In Pride

The Kellogg Company celebrates Pride Month by focusing our people and our partners By Cori Krajewski, Kellogg, National Co-Chair, Kpride & Allies  Kellogg’s founder, W.K. Kellogg, once said “I’ll invest my money in people.” It’s why Kellogg established the employee resource groups K-Pride & Allies, which is a volunteer-led effort inside the company to raise … Continue reading A True Partner In Pride

How a Kellogg volunteer helped us diaper more area children

By Allie VanHeest, Chair, Board of Directors, St. Luke’s Diaper Bank At first, we were a little nervous about what to expect. After all, Kellogg was offering St. Luke’s Diaper Bank the help of one of its employees to achieve our goals. How could they help? Would it be a good investment of our limited … Continue reading How a Kellogg volunteer helped us diaper more area children

Kellogg supports Spelman College’s growing food studies program 

By Kimberly M. Jackson, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry, Spelman College and Director of the Food Studies Program Note: Spelman College is a private, historically Black, women's liberal arts college in Atlanta. Founded in 1881, Spelman received its collegiate charter in 1924 and is America's oldest private historically black liberal arts college for women. A number of years ago, a team of … Continue reading Kellogg supports Spelman College’s growing food studies program 

The top 5 leadership lessons I’ve learned from a 116-year-old company

By Steve Cahillane, Chairman & CEO, Kellogg Company As I navigate my fifth year as Kellogg Chairman & CEO, I am humbled to celebrate the company’s 116th anniversary. Since February 19, 1906, when W.K. Kellogg founded the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company, Kellogg has endured through World War I and II, the Great Depression, … Continue reading The top 5 leadership lessons I’ve learned from a 116-year-old company

Writing the book on helping farmers tackle climate change

Editor’s note: Kellogg recently announced InGrained™ — a $2 million, five-year program to work with Lower Mississippi River Basin rice farmers to reduce their climate impact. The focus is a reduction of methane – a greenhouse (GHG) gas that’s 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide. In 2022, Kellogg will pilot InGrained™ with Kennedy Rice … Continue reading Writing the book on helping farmers tackle climate change

Kellogg’s expanded mental health benefits proves people are its heart & soul

By Wilson Ray, Senior Director of Retail Operations and Kapable co-chair, Kellogg Company I don’t know about you, but I tend to develop the “winter blues” this time of year. There’s the inevitable post-holiday letdown. There’s less sunlight – especially in the Upper Midwest snowbelt. And, of course, there are all the challenges we face … Continue reading Kellogg’s expanded mental health benefits proves people are its heart & soul

Better Days to Grow Together program targets childhood malnutrition in Guatemala

By Daniel Nazario, General Manager, Kellogg Caricam (Central America and the Caribbean) I believe that all Kellogg employees have an inner spark that drives us to help others. Each one of us has had that one special person who was there for us in difficult times. So, how can we do the same for those … Continue reading Better Days to Grow Together program targets childhood malnutrition in Guatemala

Top 5 Themes for Driving an ESG Strategy

By:  Steve Cahillane, Kellogg Chairman & CEO As we enter 2022, I am energized about the year ahead. One topic I think will continue to grow in importance is the conversation and work driving Environmental, Social and Governance, or ESG. It’s not just the flavor of the month or a box to check. Consumers, employees … Continue reading Top 5 Themes for Driving an ESG Strategy

Recent volunteer opportunity at local food bank brings sense of renewal

By Bruce Learner, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility and Partnerships, Kellogg Europe I had the great privilege to volunteer at a local food pantry here in Manchester called The Bread and Butter Thing. The organization collects excess food that is perfectly safe to eat, but that would otherwise be discarded due to overproduction, slight imperfections … Continue reading Recent volunteer opportunity at local food bank brings sense of renewal