As a world leader in business education, the GSB recognizes the critical economic importance of communities of color. The purpose of this luncheon is to provide a context as well as a forward-looking view on business and economic opportunity as it relates to black communities, both domestically and globally.


Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

This year's theme: 2008 Crisis or Opportunity for Minority Businesses and Investors. The panel will discuss the current state of investment opportunities and the ability to access capital to execute deals.


$50; $25 for students Cost includes lunch


Register Online
Space is limited so register early!

Deadline: 3/27/2008


11:30 AM-12:30 PM: Lunch

12:30 PM-2:00 PM: Panel

Speaker Profiles

Philip Alphonse (Speaker)
Principal, Sterling Capital

Gerald Beechum (Speaker), Chase Capital

Lyle Logan (GSB Alumnus) (Speaker)
Executive Vice President & Managing Director, Northern Trust Global Investment Services

Alfred D. Sharp (Speaker)
Principal, Muller & Monroe Asset Management, LLC

Omar Simmons (Speaker)
Director, Windjammer Capital Investors

Roger Crockett (Speaker)
Deputy Bureau Chief, Business Week


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