Kimberly T Epps

Kimberly T Epps

Kimberly Epps joined Chicago Booth’s Full-Time Admissions Office in July 2015. Kim is Assistant Director on the Outreach Team and is responsible for the Campus Visit Program and Booth Live events. Kim also works on the Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP) planning team and supports other undergraduate initiatives. 

Prior to Booth, Kim worked in the non-profit sector and has held positions at American Bar Association and American Library Association. Most recently, Kim was Assistant Manager, Operations and Services, with the National Restaurant Association, where she was part of the convention team responsible for the planning and execution of the organization’s annual trade show and high school visitation program. 

Born and raised in Chicago, Kim received a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies from Governors State University and a Meeting, Convention and Exhibition Management Certificate from Roosevelt University. Kim volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House near the University of Chicago Comer Hospital and during her spare time, you can catch Kim on the sidelines cheering on her son at various sporting events, going to the movies, or hanging with family and friends.

Blog postings by Kimberly T Epps

Which program is right for you?

How do you know if the Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, or Weekend MBA program is right for you? Booth Live Day to Night is an event especially designed for those considering more than one Booth MBA program. On Friday, April 13, join us to learn more about Chicago Booth’s MBA programs and explore which is best for your unique career goals. Read More »

Last Chance to Be a 2016 Summer Scholar

If you’re early in your career or currently pursuing an undergraduate degree, and you’re interested in understanding more about the Booth MBA experience, the Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP) provides an opportunity to strengthen foundational business knowledge and grow tangible leadership and negotiation skills. Read More »

SBSP: The Scholar’s Perspective

Just a short time ago, over 60 students from all over the world were excitedly sporting these shades—contents of a package signaling their admission to the Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP). Read More »

Gearing up for a Summer of Discovery

This year’s class—hailing from 25 different countries from Bulgaria to Brazil, from India to Ireland—comes to us this summer with a variety of experiences unrivaled by any other SBSP class. With undergraduate majors as diverse as biomedical engineering, economics, and art history, each of our scholars will bring a unique perspective and each will in turn gain something distinctive from the Summer Business Scholars Program. Read More »
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