Patty Keegan


Patty is responsible for the marketing, admissions, and administration of the Executive MBA Program North America located in Chicago. In addition, she works closely with colleagues in London and Singapore to ensure the consistency of the Chicago Booth experience across all three campuses. Keegan joined Chicago Booth in 1995 after serving in a marketing role for another business school. Keegan completed her undergraduate work at the University of Notre Dame and earned her master's degree in adult education from National-Louis University. She served as a trustee of the Executive MBA Council, chairing its communications committee and several of its annual international conferences. She is a recipient of the Bud Fackler Award (the council's highest service award) for her contributions to the industry. The Executive MBA Council is a global association of colleges and universities that offer executive MBA programs.

Follow Patty for posts on the Executive MBA community, curriculum insights and the history of our program.

Blog postings by Patty Keegan

Looking Back on a Milestone Year

Now that the 75th Anniversary of our Executive MBA program has ended, we take a look at this celebratory year and share some notable highlights from the anniversary campaign. Read More »

Chicago Booth's Executive MBA Program turns 75 — Change is in our DNA

The Executive MBA Program celebrates 75 years in 2018. Over the course of the program’s existence, our faculty, students, alumni and staff have shown the capacity to evolve and thrive in the face of an ever-changing world. Read More »

Restoring History: The World’s First Executive MBA Program

The Executive MBA program was established at the University of Chicago in 1943 and was the first of its kind. Back then, applicants applied for the program using ink pens and paper. Read More »

Behind Our Admissions Outreach

Lies an incredible group of alumni. Read More »

More Than Networking

We talk a great deal about the diversity of our executive MBA students in terms of industry, job function and geography. Read More »

Student Evolution

Last week, we welcomed 250 of our second year students for a week of elective classes in Chicago. Read More »

My Favorite Time of Year

It may seem odd that my favorite time of year in Chicago is late March. Read More »
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