Please join fellow Los Angeles-area alumnae for the annual Chicago Booth Women's Network Fall Exchange!
The 2018 Fall Exchange topic explores how women can develop political savvy and personal strategy in the workplace. Engage with peers and discuss how you can intentionally shape your authentic story to elevate your success. The Los Angeles event will be held on Sunday, November 11 at Angeleno Wine Company and will include speaker Brenda McCabe and networking. Ticket price is $30 and includes wine tasting and snacks.
Alumna Brenda McCabe '02 (EXP-7) will moderate a discussion around this year's topic: Developing Political Savvy and Personal Strategy. Brenda has over 25 years' experience in senior operating roles in domestic and international markets including VP positions in Sales, Operations, Business development in pharmaceuticals and clean technology, retail, and consulting with McKinsey & Company.
$30, includes wine tasting and snacks.
Brenda McCabe '02 (EXP-7) (Speaker)
Advisor and Board Director
Brenda McCabe has over 25 years' experience in senior operating roles in domestic and international markets in VP positions in Sales, Operations, Business development in pharmaceuticals; clean technology and retail and consulting with McKinsey & Company.
Since 2012, Brenda has served as an Independent Board Director on privately held and public company Boards in both the US and Spain. She is a NACD Governance Fellow. Over the last eight years she has worked in regulated industries – pharmaceuticals, digital health and energy. She has wide multicultural experience and total fluency in Spanish, having lived and worked in Spain, Italy, and the US. From her own firm, she provides advisory and consulting services for small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) in the areas of technology.
Brenda holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business as well as B.S. and B.A. degrees in Business Administration and Spanish from Berea College in Kentucky.
About Angeleno Wine Company:
Commercial winemaking began in downtown Los Angeles in 1833, long before the rise of Napa & Sonoma as premiere viticulture regions, The city quickly became the epicenter of the industry, supplying wine not just to California but to the nation. As Los Angeles historian Thomas Pinney put it, "the most striking fact about the history of winemaking in Los Angeles, city and county, is the completeness with which is has been forgotten." With it's launch in 2018, Angelino Wine Company became the city's first urban winery to open since prohibition and one of only two wineries within the city of Los Angeles. Please join us for an afternoon of wine tasting with the founders of Angelino Wine Company, Amy Luftig Viste and Jasper Dickenson, whose passion is bringing winemaking from local vineyards back to the city.