Spring Summit is a rendezvous of like minded individuals for professional development and intellectually stimulating discussion at a corporate setting.
We pick a different topic every year and invite a panel or a speaker to discuss the topic. This year's topic is Women In Tech.
Come join fellow Booth alumni to talk about Women in Tech. Cindy Machles '82 will moderate a panel of Booth graduates who forged unorthodox and successful paths in Tech space. We will focus on navigating a career in Tech outside of traditional hi-tech centers and discuss strategies for entering the Technology from banking, consulting and other "traditional" fields well represented in New York.
After the panel discussion, please stay to network and enjoy an open bar and appetizers in a friendly setting in New York's Chelsea neighborhood. We hope you will join us!
Seats are limited. Register today to reserve your spot!
Prepay $20 for food/wine.
Michael Wuehler (Panelist) '14
Head of Infrastructure, ConsenSys
Michael is Head of Infrastructure at ConsenSys, a full-stack blockchain company focused on the Ethereum world computer. Previous to ConsenSys, Michael was a Senior Vice President at Bank of America in the CTO organization where among other roles he ran Middleware and Messaging globally for the Global Markets line-of-business and most recently served as COO for the Engineering teams working on Software-Defined Infrastructure. Michael has a Masters Degree in Information Systems Management and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Teddy Cha (Panelist) '06
CEO and Co-Founder, PulseData
Teddy has been a career entrepreneur, leading software product teams at fast-growing technology companies. Teddy left Wall Street in 1999 to co-found an instant messaging/co-browsing company, and has been building enterprise startups ever since (a detour through business school and Bain consulting). But none as important as this one. The pulseData team is committed to the idea that if the amazing talent in Technology and Healthcare decide to work together, there is enough data and data science to eliminate preventable sickness. We're a team of quant hedge fund machine learning healthcare enterprise product folks, trying to stop using buzz words. Oh, and using A.I.
Amanda Moskowitz (Panelist) '07
Founder and CEO, Stacklist
Amanda has loved the NY startup community since the NYTM was <1000 people. She's the co-founder of Nine Naturals, a premium, all-natural haircare and bodycare brand for pregnant women. Amanda has managed operations and growth at mobile startups like Mobile Commons and Shoptext. She founded and still runs the NYC Mobile Forum, a community of 2,500 mobile entrepreneurs and technologists.
Cindy Machles (Moderator) '82
CEO, Glue Advertising
Cindy Machles is CEO and co-founder of Glue, a boutique advertising agency in the Chelsea section of New York City. Before Glue, she ran and started companies for WPP and worked on the client side in consumer packaged goods at Clorox and Johnson & Johnson.
Since 2002, the Chicago Booth Women's Network (formerly known as the Chicago Women in Business Alumnae Network) is the worldwide organization of women graduates of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Our mission is to support our alma mater, facilitate a global alumnae network online and in person, and support women in business worldwide.
Visit our web site: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/alumni/clubs/womens-network