Chicago Booth boasts an impressive, growing network of entrepreneurial alumni throughout the world. The Polsky Center works closely with alumni to support their entrepreneurial efforts through resources and ongoing education. Alumni involvement is key to the quality and success of the center's programs.
The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation supports entrepreneurial Chicago Booth alumni through a variety of resources. These offerings are designed to help alumni build their businesses, strengthen their involvement with the school, and expand their networks.
We are proud of the many entrepreneurial Chicago Booth alumni. They have launched ventures in a diverse range of industries, from technology to beer and from education to real estate, reflecting the strength of the university's entrepreneurial spirit. Read event coverage of a panel of Chicago Booth entrepreneurs at the 2009 Management Conference. Watch a panel featuring Alvin All, '96, co-founder and CEO of iParenting Media, and Gary Conkright, '82, CEO of InformMed, talk about their entrepreneurial journeys.
Alumni can give back to the Polsky Center in many ways - as mentors, conference speakers, classroom guests, program sponsors, competition judges, angel investors, and financial sponsors. We encourage alumni to check events listed on our calendar that may be of interest as well as present possible ways for them to share their experiences.
Please email Tracey Elder if you'd like to get involved with entrepreneurship at Chicago Booth.