Lavin Bernick Executive Chat with Duncan MacLean '08, President & CEO, MacLean-Fogg
Tue, 12 Feb 2019
12:15 PM – 1:15 PMAdd to Calendar
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Duncan MacLean '08
President & CEO, MacLean-Fogg
Duncan MacLean is President and CEO of global manufacturing company, MacLean-Fogg. On February 12th, Duncan will speak to 25 students in an off-the-record discussion on leadership practices in the C-suite.
RANDOM SELECTION REGISTRATION PROCESS -- This event is using a random lottery drawing to select attendees.
- Your registration indicates your interest to attend.
- Attendees will be selected at random and in accordance with event capacity.
- If randomly selected, you will be notified via email at the time of registration close.
- An EMAIL response will be required to RE-CONFIRM all final registrations.
The Lavin Bernick Executive Chats series gives Kellogg students an opportunity to engage with an esteemed executive or civic leader presenting his or her perspectives on leadership. The sessions are meant to be dialogue-driven, and informal, with a limited number of seats available at each session. They provide an intimate forum for in-depth conversations. This session is open to full-time Kellogg students.
President & CEO
Duncan MacLean joined MacLean-Fogg in 1996 as a manufacturing engineer in MacLean Power Systems and rose to become the fourth CEO of the company in November 2017.
As President and CEO, Duncan leads all global company operations. He is acclaimed for guiding MFCS through the Great Recession, and rebuilding the company back to its historic performance levels.
Duncan is the great grandson of the founder of MacLean-Fogg and son of the current Chairman, Barry MacLean. Since joining MacLean Fogg, he has worked in seven different business units, including nearly five years living and working in Germany.
Duncan received a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Degree from Dartmouth College in 1994, a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering in 1995, a Masters of Engineering Management degree from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering in 1996, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management in 2008.