Meghan Keedy


Meghan is responsible for designing strategic marketing communications for the Chicago Booth Executive MBA Program globally, working closely with the campus teams in Chicago, London and Hong Kong. Meghan has worked for Chicago Booth since April 2010, and was previously part of the Full-Time Admissions team where she oversaw the expansion and management of the Summer Business Scholars Program and a number of marketing communications initiatives. Prior to joining Booth she worked for Columbia Business School and Harvard Business School in a variety of roles. 

Meghan has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Michigan State University and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from The New School. Meghan highlights the student experience on this blog, interviewing current students and alumni.

Blog postings by Meghan Keedy

Executive MBA Students Making a Career Change

If you’re looking into Executive MBA programs, chances are you’re thinking about evolving your career in some way. Career Services at Chicago Booth can help you navigate a career change.
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Lessons in leadership: Stare at the landscape before you charge forward

As we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Executive MBA Program, we have been catching up with alumni around the world to take stock of how the program influenced their careers. We spoke to Swee Chen Goh, '03 – the first female chairman in Singapore – recently to discuss her approach to leadership. Read More »

Meet our Scholarship Students: Chicago

As an admissions team, we're always on the lookout for candidates who exhibit the right "fit" for Chicago Booth. In the first of a three part series, we take the time to chat with students across our three campuses who have exhibited an exemplary level of "fit" and have been awarded merit scholarships. Read More »

How Do You Price A Change In Confidence?

As we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of our Executive MBA Program, we have been catching up with alumni around the world to take stock of how the program affected their career development. We spoke recently with Bob Wardrop, '96, to learn more about his personal investment in human capital. Read More »

Urgently changing the model for mental health patients

Dr. Tamir Aldad is a Research Fellow at the Yale School of Medicine and a current Executive MBA student at the Chicago campus. As part of this year's Global New Venture Challenge (GNVC) he and his team are presenting their innovative healthcare business, Mindful Urgent Care. Read More »

Booth's Impact on the Executive MBA Industry

In this post, we ask Michael Desiderio, Executive Director of the EMBA Council (EMBAC), for his thoughts on the 75th anniversary of Chicago Booth’s Executive MBA Program and the future of Executive MBA Programs globally. Read More »

A Pizza Entrepreneur Seeks New Recipes at Booth

John Mazarakis thinks of himself as a person who simply makes pizza. But there’s a lot more to being COO of Seasons Pizza than that. Read More »
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