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Quarterly Lunches/Networking Events
Quarterly Lunches are opportunities for members of the club to come together and network during a Saturday lunch hour. Food and beverages are provided. This event is FREE for all members. The next Quarterly Lunch will take during the Autumn 2011 quarter.

Diversity Open House
At Chicago Booth we embrace the value of diversity and are committed to recruiting a diverse student body. In effort to keep students of all academic, professional, and cultural backgrounds engaged, the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA programs at Chicago Booth host Diversity Open House events to provide opportunities for students of all backgrounds to learn more about the program. The next Diversity Open House will take place on May 10th.
 
If you would like to be one of the panelists at a Diversity Open House, email Katie Coogan.

If you know anyone interested in applying to Chicago Booth, please have them register to the Diversity Open House by clicking here.

Chicago Booth/Law/Med School African American Networking Event
The full-time AAMBAA co-chairs are co-hosting a large mixer with the University of Chicago Law School and Med School on Friday, September 30. This event is FREE for all AAMBAA members. Please RSVP as soon as possible so that they may reserve a spot for you. I encourage everyone to attend this event as its a great to expand your networking outside of the Booth community.

Designing A Life Worth Living Workshop

Purpose, passion and pleasure bring forth power and potential. When we are clear on our purpose, passionate about what we are doing, and derive pleasure in the process, we are empowered to tap into our full potential.

If you were to stop right now and assess your life, what words would you use to describe it? What images flood your mind? Are they positive and empowering? Does your life reflect a purpose? Are you passionate and inspired? Are you doing things that please you? What images do you see in your future?

More often than not, we allow circumstances to give our life meaning versus orchestrating our circumstances in order to have the life we dream of having. This workshop helps you explore what drives you in terms of purpose, passion and pleasure and gives you some tools to design a life that is worth living.

Speaker Bio
Chareen B. Goodman is Founder and President of Consulting By Goodman, Inc. a boutique management and business transformation consultancy. Her mission is to help companies attain a more profitable future, generate growth and create sustainable business performance by showing them how to do more with less, work smarter not harder, and do things better, faster and more effectively. A certified project management professional, Chareen uses this powerful discipline to enhance talent development, empower high performing teams and enable emerging leaders. She leverages her love of strategy and organizational development to align people, processes, and projects to performance with solutions that drive excellence in project management, strategy and execution.

October 22, 2011, 4:45 - 6:30 PM
Gleacher Center, Room 306
Questions? Contact Lisa Tallman (ltallman@ChicagoBooth.edu)

Navigating Corporate America as a Minority Professional

This seminar is designed to address the unique challenges and topics that minority professionals face in Corporate America today.   The goal of the seminar is to have a candid and thought-provoking discussion with accomplished minority executives from different industries centered on what skills are necessary to be able to realize your full potential. 

We plan to have a 5-10 minute introduction session followed by a 40 minute response session to pre-determined questions from the attendees.  The seminar will conclude with a 10 minute Q&A session which will be opened to the audience to ask any questions that were not previously addressed by the panel. 

The AAMBAA leadership team believes this seminar will help us in our goal of providing minority Booth students programming that will increase their level of success in the workforce.  We hope that you will be able to join us.

November 12, 2011, 12:15 - 1:15 PM
Gleacher Center
Click here to see the video recording.
Questions? Contact Jeffrey Davis (jdavis0@ChicagoBooth.edu)

Last Updated 4/23/12