Awards and Recognitions

W.K. Kellogg Values Award Winners  

The W.K. Kellogg Values Awards, named for our founder, are our company’s most prestigious honors.

In early 2016, Tracy Joshua, Vice President, Indirect Procurement, was named the W.K. Kellogg Values Award winner for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). Tracy has been a D&I role model at Kellogg, leading her team to generate more than $150 million in diverse supplier spending in 2015 alone, and taking an active role on the Procurement Diversity and Inclusion Council. Tracy is also an industry-wide D&I champion, with her enthusiastic participation in multiple diversity-related organizations outside of Kellogg.

Shailesh D., Information Technology Business Analyst, was similarly honored with a W.K. Kellogg Award in early 2016, in part for his efforts to create a work environment where everyone feels welcome. Shailesh’s energy for supporting cultural awareness is apparent in his active participation in all of our Employee Resource Groups, including serving on the leadership teams of both ¡HOLA!, our Latino Employee Resource Group, and the Kellogg Multinational Employee Resource Group (KMERG).

Shailesh D. & Tracy Joshua – 2016 W.K. Kellogg Values Award Winners

Kellogg Company Recognitions Received1

Top 50 Companies for
Diversity – #30 (2016)
– DiversityInc

100 Best Companies (2015)
– Working Mother

Top Companies for
Executive Women (2016)
– National Association for Female Executives

100% Score on the Annual
Corporate Equality Index (2016)
– Human Rights Campaign

Civil Rights Champion
of Justice Award (2015)

“Winning Company”
Award (2015)
– 2020 Women on Boards

  1. 1See http://www.kelloggcompany.com/en_US/awards-and-recognition.html for a more complete list of awards received by Kellogg Company.