Chicago Booth Women's Network warmly invites you to our new professional development event series: Spring Summit.
Spring Summit, A rendezvous of like-minded individuals for professional development and intellectually stimulating discussion. 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 fantastic panel of Booth women who are entrepreneurs. Come hear the inside story of what it's really been like for them, ask questions in a relaxed environment, and maybe even get inspired for what's next.
Seats are limited, so register today!
$5 for drinks and finger foods.
Chi-Chin (Pei-Roan) Lin '15 (Panelist)
Founder and CEO, Lumii Health
Chin-Chin previously worked at UnitedHealth Group, where she implemented healthcare reform, gained extensive experience in the industry, and became an expert on the Affordable Care Act. During her 4+ years at UnitedHealth she created strategies for product development and sales, benefit plan selection, claims adjudication, and customer service processes, and was a key member of the team that implemented the changes driven by the Affordable Care Act. Chin-Chin leveraged her knowledge of the healthcare industry and the new regulatory environment to drive Lumii Health's business model and software requirements.
Elene Cafasso '87 (Panelist)
Founder and President, Enerpace Executive coaching
Elene Cafasso is a professionally trained and certified Executive Coach, and President of Enerpace, Inc. Elene helps leaders of businesses of all sizes grow themselves, their team and their bottom line. Her coaching enables businesspeople to achieve their objectives in the areas most critical to their success: sales enhancement, leadership development, professional communication, networking and overall organizational effectiveness.
Her career management insights appear frequently in the press, as Elene has been featured on NBC 5 Chicago news, Money Magazine, Career Builder.com, The New York Daily News and Crain's Chicago Business, among others.
Katlin Smith ‘15 (Panelist)
Founder & CEO, Simple Mills
Katlin Smith, 27, is the founder and CEO of Chicago-based Simple Mills, a rising star in the natural foods space that is changing the way America bakes. The company's natural baking mixes soared to #1 in sales per store and #3 in total dollar sales in the category within two years after debuting on store shelves, thanks to super-clean ingredients and five-star consumer ratings for taste and texture. A cracker collection that launched in March 2016 has taken the brand beyond the baking aisle, providing new visibility along with an expanded retail footprint. Products are sold online as well as in more than 2,750 natural and conventional grocery stores across the country.
Nicole Doucet '16 (Panelist)
Co-Founder and CEO, Green Sheep Water
Nicole is the Co-Founder and CEO of Green Sheep Water. After learning that 1,500 plastic bottles are used in the US every singe second, and that most of them end up in landfills and oceans, she decided to create a better bottled water company. By replacing plastic bottles with 100% aluminum bottles, which are the most recycled and recyclable beverage containers out there (more than plastic, glass, and yes, even cartons), Green Sheep Water gives people a more eco-friendly alternative that does not sacrifice convenience. Green Sheep Water launched in November 2014 in Chicago, where Nicole is also pursuing her MBA at Chicago Booth.
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: http://www.chicagobooth.edu/alumni/clubs/womens-network>