Chicago Booth Live Chat: Waitlist Experience
March 29, 2017
12:00 P.M. CST
Chat live with Admissions Directors and current students from Chicago Booth. This chat will feature current First and Second year students who were admitted off the waitlist. Ask about waitlist videos and essays, student life, and more! Don’t miss this opportunity to get your questions answers from current students who have been through the process! Register for this chat »
Kate is a 2nd year MBA student at the University of Chicago Booth. Prior to starting her MBA, she spent 2 years in healthcare consulting and 3 years in the Development Office at The University of Chicago focusing on prospecting strategy for principal and major gift level donors. At Booth, Kate serves as an Admissions Fellow and co-chair of the Dean's Marketing Advisory Committee, and she completed a marketing internship at The Home Depot. Kate received her received her undergraduate degree in Marketing from the University of Notre Dame.
Erik is a 2nd year MBA student at Chicago Booth. Prior to entering the full-time MBA program, he spent 6 years developing, managing, and financing utility-scale wind farms and solar projects across the Americas. While at Booth, he has worked on many entrepreneurial and private equity areas, interning at Tesla in their Energy Products division, as well as at Invenergy in their Future Fund venture capital group. Erik received his BA with Honors from Wesleyan University.
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions
Kristen joined the Admissions team in January 2015. In addition to serving as part of the admissions committee, Kristen works with the Operations Team to ensure that the admissions process runs smoothly. She also manages the waitlist and international student visa processes. She received her BA in French with a minor in Spanish from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Prior to moving to Chicago so that her fiancé could start his MBA studies at Chicago Booth, Kristen worked in MBA Admissions at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, and later as an Admissions Officer in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Georgetown.