Do you have a career story that successfully tells people who you are professionally?


Online Webinar
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

Join Career Coaches Anita Brick and Amy Rubinstein to learn how to craft an impactful career story you can use to increase your network, opportunities, and influence. Come learn how to develop, hone, and succeed in telling people who you are professionally and where you are heading. You will even have time to listen to other alumni's stories, share your feedback with them, and practice your story in a small group, low-stakes environment.


No Charge


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Deadline: 3/5/2024

Speaker Profiles

Anita Brick (Speaker) '81
Director of Career Advancement, Chicago Booth Career Services

Anita Brick, Director of MBA Career Advancement Programs at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Founder of The Encouragement Institute, Inc. and brands like Career Currency, Encouragizers, The Appreciation Cocktail, and MSA-It. After being crushed by an elevator early in her career, Anita realized that the neurobiological incentives of positive momentum, gratitude (for self and others), and radical opportunities (via unplanned growth) can and does create extraordinary advancement at the individual, team, organizational, and society levels.
Anita has demonstrated accomplishments in consulting, executive coaching, public speaking, writing, and video production to audiences worldwide. She served as an Officer in Corporate Development and Marketing at a global bank; Vice-President of Marketing for a start-up financial network; equity stakeholder in an organizational development and career management firm; and creative communications director of a motivation and media development firm.
Ms. Brick has written, lectured, and been quoted about career management, executive development, and motivational issues to global audiences including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, the Economist, BP, Northwestern University, and the Federal Reserve Bank. She has served as a contributor to The Wall Street Journal's National Business Employment Weekly, The World Tribune, The Resourceful Woman, WBBU Radio, and No Matter What TV. Ms. Brick holds a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Chicago and Master of Business Administration from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business. She produces and hosts CareerCast a global podcast series, featuring global business leaders and shares thoughts and learnings on the Encouragizers blog. She is currently creating a tech-enabled Career Currency community.

Amy Rubinstein (Speaker)
Associate Director, Career Management, Chicago Booth Career Services

Amy draws on more than two decades of Human Resources and Leadership Development experience in professional and financial services, consumer products, higher education, entrepreneurship, and technology. Her passion is to help individuals see possibility and potential to lead a fulfilling life where they can grow, develop, and flourish. She loves working with Booth students and alumni to help them discover their strengths and define their career goals. Amy is originally from Rochester, NY, and now lives in Northbrook with her husband, two teenagers, and Wheaton terrier.


Rebecca Halloran 
Senior Associate Director, Career Management Events and Operations

Other Information

This program is limited to Booth Alumni.