UCWBG Annual Meeting: 2014 The Year of Transformation

The University of Chicago Women's Business Group (UCWBG)

January 29, 2014: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Thinking of changing careers or simply want to spend more time following your passions? Learn how to make a radical change in 2014 at the UCWBG annual meeting. 


Gleacher Center
6th Floor
450 Cityfront Plaza
Chicago, Illinois

Driving Directions:

$8 parking is available in the NBC Tower parking lot. Validation at the Gleacher front-desk required.

Event Details

2014 is the UCWBG's Year of Transformation. All UofC alumni are welcome at our Annual Meeting to learn how to make a radical change with Drs. Judith and Robert Wright. Are you thinking of becoming an entrepreneur, changing careers or simply want to spend more time following your passions? Come to the UCWBG's signature networking event to meet other leaders in the UofC community.


$40 for UCWBG members before 1/27

$45.00 for non-members


Register Online

Deadline: 1/27/2014


5:30 PM-6:00 PM: Registration and cash bar

6:00 PM-6:45 PM: Buffet Dinner

6:45 PM-7:00 PM: Annual Meeting with presentation of new UCWBG board

7:00 PM-8:00 PM: Keynote speech with Drs. Judith and Robert Wright

8:00 PM-8:30 PM: Networking with dessert buffet and cash bar

Speaker Profiles

Dr. Judith Wright (Speaker)

Dr. Judith Wright is a peerless educator, lifestyles expert, inspirational speaker, best-selling author, and corporate consultant. A media favorite, Judith has appeared on more than 500 radio stations and 80 TV programs including ABC's 20/20, Oprah, Good Morning America, the Today show, and more. Her work has been featured in magazines and newspapers across the country including Marie Claire, Fitness, and Health as well as The Chicago Tribune, The New York Daily News, and The Detroit Free Press. Dr. Wright is the author of Transformed! The Science of Spectacular Living, The Soft Addiction Solution, and The One Decision. You want to see the woman that Women's World Magazine calls "one of America's Ultimate Experts."

Judith is an energetic, charismatic, and engaging speaker, and has an audience appeal that transcends age, culture, gender, and occupation. An expert in areas like relationships, creative conflict, work productivity, Judith's latest venture is as Professor of Transformational Psychology at The Wright Graduate Institute, which she co-founded with her husband Dr. Bob Wright. She is also the founder of SOFIA, the Society of Femininity in Action, a cutting-edge women's development, training, and empowerment program

Dr. Bob Wright (Speaker)

Dr. Bob Wright is a highly successful entrepreneur, world-class executive coach, and dynamic corporate consultant. An internationally recognized author, Dr. Wright is considered a visionary and cutting-edge thinker, speaker, and program developer in the areas of human potential and human emergence technologies. Called a top executive coach by Crain's Chicago Business, Dr. Wright specializes in helping corporate leaders and entrepreneurs across the country not only to build and grow their businesses, but also to thrive with purpose, mission, and robust, high-performing cultures. Entrepreneurs and business leaders coached and trained by Dr. Wright routinely achieve far beyond their original goals. His revolutionary personal and professional training and development methodology has proven successful in sales training, leadership development, and many other life arenas.


Khloe Karova, '06 
UCWBG, President

Other Information

UCWBG is a vibrant, passionate community of women and men who create connections on multiple dimensions - personal, professional and business - throughout all of our life stages. We provide an encouraging and supportive environment to empower our members to succeed on their own terms.

UCWBG is made up of graduates of the University of Chicago who share a passion for business, an interest in connecting with other talented women and men and a desire to grow and advance in their careers. We provide our members with the opportunities to:

Network with other smart, professional women and men of all age groups
Participate in learning programs to enhance skills
Engage in events and meaningful discussions
Build and strengthen relationship with the University

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