Meghan Keedy

Meghan

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

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 »

You Don't Have to be Stuck

106 Executive MBA alumni returned to Chicago this summer in pursuit of personal and career evolution. Read More »

Envisioning a better future for domestic workers abroad

A multinational group of Hong Kong students are creating an app that will allow foreign domestic workers to set aside money for savings, invest in future returns, and securely transfer funds back home as part of this year's Global New Venture Challenge. Read More »

I am here for you: the Booth network comes together

In the summer of 2016, Conrad Caplin (EXP-21, ’16) and Michael Longe (EXP-21, ’16) traveled to Chicago to further develop the skillset needed for their recent shift from the corporate world to entrepreneurship. The return to Chicago Booth created other opportunities that had a monumental impact on their new business, Pronto CX. Read More »

Employer Sponsorship Success Stories

It’s no secret that employer sponsorship of Executive MBA Programs has shifted over the last decade. While sponsorship to an MBA Program used to be commonplace, more EMBA students are self-funding their way than ever before; industry-wide, 39.8% of incoming EMBA students were self-funded in 2014. However, there is still reason to believe that you can successfully petition your company for help with financing your MBA. We reached out to several students to get their take on how they created a successful path towards entering a sponsorship agreement with their companies Read More »

Soaring Ahead: From Classroom to Boardroom

When Chih Ming Hwang entered the Executive MBA Program in Asia in 2006, he sought validation of his business knowledge and credentials. Read More »

Aiming for the Wow-Factor: A GNVC Journey

Sheela Agarwal, MD, is Head of US Medical Affairs for Radiology at Bayer HealthCare in New York City and an executive MBA student at the London Chicago Booth campus. She has been competing in this year’s Global New Venture Challenge [GNVC] with her team, 3DMed. GNVC is the executive branch of Chicago Booth’s New Venture Challenge, a top-ranked business launch program designed to help students turn their ideas into viable businesses. There are several "rounds" in the competition where teams present their business plans during live pitch sessions in front of investors, alumni, and business leaders. The competition culminates with a final round featuring the winning teams from our Chicago, London, and Hong Kong campuses on March 17. We spoke to Sheela just after she learned her team would be advancing in the competition. Read More »
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