Our mission is to perpetuate the institutional presence of the Alumni Club of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Brazil; to promote the integration of the alumni among themselves, with newcomers and the business community; to offer support to the continued professional training of alumni; to continue to value and to enlarge the exposure of the image of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Brazil.
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Our alumni club in Brazil will have a series of pre-formatted events to promote our community networking:
- Annual Dinner - Every June we organize our largest yearly event. In the last years we counted with high-profile speakers: Claudio Haddad (Ibmec President) in 2007, Ray Young (former GM general manager in Brazil) in 2006 and Joaquim Levy (former Treasury Minister) in 2005. It is a great opportunity to reconnect to your colleagues and meet new alumni and admitted students;
- TNDC - It is originally a social club in Chicago that stands for Thursday Night Drinking Club. In Brazil it is organized every last Thursday or Friday. At this monthly happy hour, alumni have the opportunity to get together and meet new people from this lively community;
- Breakfast Series (Brazilian version) - We organize breakfasts sporadically with seasoned professionals to share their experiences with our alumni and discuss specific themes of interest to our community.
Fábio Torres, '05
Rio de Janeiro