Alumni

CBWN 2022 BEYOND BRUNCH: Discovering Passions and Following Dreams - Rosette Nguyen

Chicago Booth Women's Network

June 23, 2022: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Welcome new grads and reconnect! This year's theme: Pursuing Passions. Get to know fellow alumnae, find inspiration, and build a network to keep you motivated on your unique path.

Where

Online Webinar
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

Join us as we kick off 2022's Beyond Brunch series with an alumna spotlight.

Hear how Rosette Nguyen combined her delight of leveraging research and data to inspire transformation in companies with her life-long joy of cooking and became a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Book Award. As an added bonus, attendees will also learn about healthy cooking and discover new recipes to try!

Cost

No Charge

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 6/23/2022

Speaker Profiles

Rosette Nguyen (Speaker) '96
Entrepreneur / Investor / Author

Rosette Nguyen, Booth MBA '96 is an entrepreneur who started cooking at an early age by helping her parents in their home kitchen. For her, cooking has been a joy born out of a nurturing instinct and a love for creating art guided by science.

In the fall of 2021 she launched the book Wholesome Vietnamese Cooking as a best-seller in three cooking categories on Amazon. Her book was recently selected as a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award "to honor freethinking writers and independent books of exceptional merit."

Rosette delights in drawing insights from research and data to inspire and guide transformations not only in the kitchen, but also in public and private sectors. She spent most of her career at high-tech companies, where she has guided strategy and execution to bring advanced technologies to customers worldwide, including companies of all sizes as well as health care providers, governments, and educational institutions.

A graduate of Yale College and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, she is an avid investor in humanitarian causes and serves as a volunteer to give back to local communities.

Questions

Vicky Lio 
CBWN Board