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Alumna Spotlight

Learn about Chicago Booth alumnae and their unique journeys through engaging stories and interviews that cover a diverse range of topics - from navigating and balancing professional and personal transitions to running a business or taking a less traditional path. Please send any questions or potential recommendations to Jennifer Jaucian '08.

Alumna in the Spotlight

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Christine Rovelli, '04


Christine Rovelli’s career has spanned some of the most defining moments of the past several decades. She started her career in investment banking, quickly deciding to focus on the transportation industry, being drawn to its global and cyclical nature and the opportunity to work with a broad client base across the world.

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Maggie McCoy, '83


Maggie McCoy is a 1983 alumna of Chicago Booth, known then as the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. She recently spoke with the Women’s Network to discuss her mother’s involvement in the women’s suffrage movement in the U.S. and her experience as a woman in the workplace during and after her time at Booth.

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Brigitte Anderson, '08


After earning a bachelor's degree in anthropology from Princeton University, Brigitte’s career has spanned financial services in the United States and Sub-Saharan Africa, an MBA at Booth, and an entrepreneurial endeavor of her own (and that’s just to name a few). Learn how the unique perspective from Brigitte’s humanities and anthropology background has driven pivots throughout her career, and helped her get to the root of understanding customer needs—no matter the industry, sector, or geography.

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Mary Curtis, '94


Did you know? A 2004 Harris Interactive survey found that 43 percent of highly qualified female professionals with children leave work voluntarily at some point in their careers. Read about Mary’s 18-month journey to re-enter the workforce after a 16-year hiatus, and how the Chicago Booth network and ReLaunch program helped.

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Lauren Adams, ’12


Lauren Adams, ’12 is director of operations at the Center for Financial Planning, Inc.®. Prior to this position, she was enjoying her career at Morningstar, but decided to move back to her home state of Michigan and take a position with the Center for Financial Planning, Inc.® when those around her regularly asked for help understanding their options regarding ROTH IRAs, giving to charity, and more. This position aligned not only with her sense of purpose in helping others make the best investment and life choices, but also allowed her to develop and grow her skills.

Read on to learn more about her career and Booth experience »