• How Powerful Is Financial Inclusion?
    Chicago Booth Review explores how the story of the Freedman's Bank suggests that fighting for trustworthy bank access can improve outcomes but isn't enough to close the racial wage gap.  Read More »
  • Anuj K. Shah Says We're Criminalizing the Effects of Poverty
    Research by Anuj K. Shah, associate professor of behavioral science, argues we are criminalizing a lack of bandwidth and the effects of being in a hard situation.  Read More »
  • Leading through the Fog
    Alumni reflect on leading teams through periods of uncertainty and explain how they used their Booth education to forge a path ahead.  Read How »
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Alumni to Know
  • Ari Block

    Ari Block, ’19 (XP-88), announced that his startup, EMS Forest, was accepted into the 2021 class of the STANLEY + Techstars Accelerator.

  • Denise Duffy

    Denise Duffy, ’03, was promoted to vice president of surveillance and analytics at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

  • Arathi Sisidharan

    Arathi Sasidharan, ’13, has been promoted to partner at the global management consulting firm LEK Consulting and will be based in the Singapore office.

  • Shai Terem

    The Boston Business Journal featured Shai Terem, ’10, in an article about his new role as president and CEO of the 3D-printing company Markforged Inc.

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