After graduating summa cum laude with a double major in theatre and economics from Vanderbilt University, Adrienne joined the finance department at Steppenwolf Theatre, a Tony-Award winning nonprofit. She established Steppenwolf’s Human Resources Department, contributing to the company being the only nonprofit ever to be named a “Top 10 Small Workplace” by the Wall Street Journal. Building on her passion for the public sector at Kellogg, Adrienne serves as the President of Kellogg Board Fellows, a Director of Net Impact and a Co-Chair of the Innovating Social Change Conference. Adrienne competed in the Liquidnet case competition to develop innovative approaches to drive donations to high-performing nonprofits. She continues her love of the arts by serving as the Co-President of the Arts & Culture Club at Kellogg and as the Board President of Red Tape Theatre. Her summer internship is with Civic Consulting Alliance, a pro-bono public sector consulting firm.