7 AM CDT | 12 PM GMT | 8 PM HKT
Please join the EMBA Program's Associate Dean Julie Morton and Alumni Relations' Senior Director Annie White for a review session of the EMBA Program's status, changes, and plans.
Julie Morton and Annie White will discuss the Booth EMBA program today.
- How has the program changed based on evolving market needs?
- How has the program adapted to disruptions from the Hong Kong protests, to Brexit, to the global pandemic? What has stayed the same, what has been learned and what is planned?
- How can alumni participate and support?
- How can alumni upgrade their business skills and knowledge and make the best use of Booth programs and resources?
Zoom information will be shared after registration.
Paul Crooker (Moderator) '19
Board, SF Bay Area Booth Alumni Club
Julie Morton (Panelist)
Associate Dean, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Julie Morton is the Associate Dean of the Executive MBA Program at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Booth's Executive MBA program is truly global, with campuses in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong and attracts mid- to senior-level professionals from around the world, from myriad industries and functions. Julie oversees all aspects of marketing, recruiting, and admissions; student life and program operations; and a unique integrated offering that delivers global career support, leadership development, and employer relations.
Julie assumed this role in July 2020, after a long tenure leading Chicago Booth's Career Services and Corporate Relations. Julie joined Chicago Booth in 2000. Immediately before coming to Booth, she worked in retained executive search. She spent several years doing strategy and turnaround consulting in central Slovakia and in Jakarta, Indonesia. Julie was also a financial services and strategy consultant at what was then Bankers Trust (now Deutsche Bank) and at Young & Rubicam in New York.
Julie received her MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. Prior to attending Tuck, she served as the Director of Admissions at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She has an undergraduate degree in International Studies from The Johns Hopkins University.
Annie White (Panelist)
Senior Director, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Annie White joined Chicago Booth in April 2020 as the Senior Director of Alumni Relations. Prior to this role, she was the Director of Alumni Engagement with the Northwestern Alumni Association where she managed career and mentorship engagement; student and recent alumni programs; and launched digital programming. Prior to Northwestern, Annie previously worked at the University of Chicago in central Alumni Relations and Development and the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Paul Crooker, '19
SF Bay Area Booth Alumni Club
If you are unable to attend this session, we will have an identical event on March 27, 11 am CDT: The Booth EMBA Program: Status, Changes and Plans.