Booth Women's Network: Spring Summit 2016 (Entrepreneurship)
May 25, 2016: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Chicago Booth Women's Network warmly invites you to our new professional development event series: Spring Summit
49 West 27th Street (at 6th Avenue), Penthouse 10E
New York, New York
N, R, and 1 train all stop a block away. Plus walking distance from Penn Station.
Spring Summit: A rendezvous of like minded individuals for professional development and intellectually stimulating discussion at a corporate setting. We pick a different topic every year and invite a panel or a speaker to discuss the topic. This year's topic is Entrepreneurship.
We have a panel of 4 Booth Entrepreneurs. Come and listen to their stories, discuss your ideas and ask questions in a relaxed environment. Entrepreneurs on the panel represent the worlds of investment management, tech start-ups, marketing/advertising and service industries. Their varied experiences will prompt discussion that is both relevant to people who have already started a business or anyone who is thinking about starting one now or in the future.
Seats are limited. Register today to reserve your spot!!
Prepay. $20 for drinks and finger foods.
Cindy Machles (Moderator) '82
CEO and co-founder, Glue Advertising
Cindy Machles is CEO and co-founder of Glue, a boutique advertising agency in the Chelsea section of New York City. Before Glue, she ran and started companies for WPP and worked on the client side in consumer packaged goods at Clorox and Johnson & Johnson.
Mark Sladkus (Panelist) '82
Founder and President, Red Lighthouse Investment Management
Mark Sladkus is the founder and President of Red Lighthouse Investment Management, a fee-only registered investment advisory firm. Prior to Red Lighthouse, Mark served as the head of Morgan Stanley Capital International. In this capacity, he created the first global style indices., which partitioned the world's developed and emerging markets into "value" and "growth."
Robin Hoffman (Panelist) '82
Robin Hoffman is co-founder of ArtScapades, which provides art lectures and gallery tours to the general public. Her business is based on volunteer work she did for 8 years in New Canaan public schools and marketing experiences at Foote Cone and Belding, Nabisco and McCann Erickson in Hong Kong.
Chat Razdan (Panelist) '11
CEO and co-founder, Care+Wear
Chat Razdan is CEO and co-founder of Care+Wear. Inspired by friends and family undergoing medical treatments, Care+Wear designs innovative healthwear to create more positive and effective healing experiences for patients everywhere. Earlier in his career, Chat spent time as a strategy consultant at A.T. Kearney and as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs.
Cindy Machles '82
Since 2002, the Chicago Booth Women's Network (formerly known as the Chicago Women in Business Alumnae Network) is the worldwide organization of women graduates of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Our mission is to support our alma mater, facilitate a global alumnae network online and in person, and support women in business worldwide.
Visit our web site here.