Join us at the Colonnade Hotel in Boston for our Second Annual Chicago Booth Boston All Star Panel. Hear from three Boston based Chicago Booth leaders in their fields.
The Second Annual Boston Booth All Star Panel features three Boston based Chicago Booth alumni leaders. Come listen as they "tell us something we don't know" and then ask questions. This year's all star panel features:
• Paul Scanlon, Co-head of Fixed Investments at Putnam Investments
• Christine Schuster, President and CEO of Emerson Health System
• Lonnie Moulder, CEO and Co-founder of Tesaro, Inc.
Each will speak for approximately 15 minutes and then we will open the floor to questions for a lively debate. Come network and hear from these All Stars. There will be hors d'oeurves and a cash bar. This event promises to be a great way to gain a new perspective on what is happening as well as to meet and network with members of the Booth and UC communities.
$35.00 for heavy hors d'oeurves
Paul Scanlon (Panelist) '92
Co-Head of Fixed Investments, Putnam Investments
A 1992 graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Paul has been at Putnem since 1999 and is currently the Co-Head of Fixed Income. Prior to Putnam, Paul served as Senior Vice President at Olympus Healthcare adnd as a Senior Analyst at Fidelity Investments.
Christine Schuster (Panelist) '89
President and CEO, Emerson Health System
A 1989 graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Christine is currently the President and CEO of Emerson Health System, a position she has held since 2005. Prior to that she was President and CEO of the Quincy Medical Center, President and CEO Athol Hospital and VP/COO Extended Care Division with Fallon HealthCare System, and she started her post Booth career as a Senior Associate with Cooper and Lybrand.
Lonnie Moulder (Panelist) '97
CEO and Co-Founder, Tesaro, Inc
Lonnie has served as CEO since co-founding Tesaro in 2010. Prior to Tesaro, he served as President and CEO of Abraxis BioScience, Vice Chairman and EVP of Eisai Corporation of North America, and as President and CEO of MGI Pharma, Inc.
Paul Romano, '94