Harvard University has 41 alumni who are now the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, a list of companies that includes Amazon, McDonald's, General Electric, CBRE Group, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Amazon and Prudential Financial (U.S.), just to name a few of very many. This infographic, created by the team at Academic Influence, analyzes which colleges and universities have the most alumni who are now CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. Other top schools in this regard include Northwestern University and Stanford University, which both have just under 20 alumni in these roles today. With Northwestern University, there are 19 alumni who are CEOs for Fortune 500 companies today, including Exxon Mobil, Northwestern Mutual, Keurig Dr Pepper, Edward Jones, Intuit and Allstate. The 18 alumni for Stanford University includes a list of companies like eBay, Dick's Sporting Goods, Nike, Intel, Alphabet, Air Products & Chemicals, Capital One Financial, General Motors and Jefferies Financial Group.