In an unforgettable evening of discussion, dialogue, and networking, a group of successful Chicago Booth alumni came together to share their unique experiences as women in the workplace, give insights into being a leader of gender equity within organizations, and discuss what the future holds.

“Networking is about sustaining long-lasting relationships. Sometimes it’s just sending an email with thought leadership content, or sending a handwritten card during the holidays. It’s building, step by step, those relationships so that those people grow with you. And they become your community who you can rely on for anything.”

— Sabera Choudhury, ’08 (XP-77), Director at Resolutions Economics Group, LLC

“Don’t underestimate the Booth network. It’s incredibly powerful. People will take your call. In the context of networking, for somebody coming up with a direct ask and outreach for help, I would never say no. And in turn, if I needed something, I would go back to that network.”

— Jan Anne Dubin, ’94 (XP-63), Founder and CEO of Jan Anne Dubin Consulting

Featured Speakers

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Sabera Choudhury, ’08 (XP-77)

Panelist

Director at Resolutions Economics Group, LLC

Sabera Choudhury, ’08 (XP-77)
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Jan Anne Dubin, ’94 (XP-63)

Panelist

CEO and Founder of Jan Anne Dubin Consulting

Jan Anne Dubin, ’94 (XP-63)
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Nicole Yelsey, ’12

Panelist

Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer for KindWorks.AI

Nicole Yelsey, ’12
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Angela Pace-Moody, AB ’97

Moderator

Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion at Chicago Booth

Angela Pace-Moody, AB ’97

Stories from Our Community

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Women in the Digital Age: Booth Alumnae Talk Tech, Gender Gap, and Career Impact

Inspired by their collective experiences working in the tech space, three Chicago Booth alumnae from the Class of 2019, came together this summer to create and host the ‘Women in the Digital Age’ panel and networking event in Mexico City. During the panel, Marisol Pérez Chow, Aida Sarabia Quintero, and Sofia Fernandez discussed how –with technology– we can reduce gender gaps and impact the personal and professional development of women at every stage of their lives.

Women in the Digital Age: Booth Alumnae Talk Tech, Gender Gap, and Career Impact