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    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 »
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    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
  • Karen Brennan

    Karen Brennan, ’07, has been appointed CFO of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated, a professional services firm headquartered in Chicago.

  • Vickie Fuller

    Vicki Fuller, ’81, has joined the board of trustees for Blackstone / GSO Secured Lending Fund, a business development company based in New York.

  • Jason Wright

    Jason Wright, ’13, has been named president of the NFL’s Washington Football team. Wright is the first Black team president in NFL history.

  • Brian Hannasch

    Fortune magazine ran an interview with Brian Hannasch, ’94, about the evolution of his convenience store operator, Alimentation Couche-Tard.

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