Join us Tuesday, January 9th for our Executive Speaker Series with Sally Blount, Dean of Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, for a talk on the Dignity of Women at Work: Tips and Challenges from St. John Paul II’s Letter to Women. Mass will be held at 6pm followed by the event at 6:45pm.
Secure your spot (and skip the registration line at the event) and RSVP using the form below.
Sally Blount is an internationally recognized thought leader in management, negotiation and behavioral decision-making who simultaneously leads a top 10 global business school and serves on a Fortune 200 Board of Directors.
Under her leadership, Kellogg has successfully completed a bold 7-year plan for transforming the school including strengthening its innovative degree portfolio, repeatedly breaking fundraising records, expanding Kellogg’s premier Executive MBA Global network, and completing construction of a 415,000 square foot state of the art, lakefront education center.
Sally is a leading voice on the role of business in society and expanding opportunities for women in business, speaking at venues such as the Aspen Ideas Fest and the White House. She is regularly featured in top news outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Economist, Forbes, and Fortune.
Sally is a director at Abbott Laboratories and serves on numerous global academic advisory boards.
Young Catholic Professionals is an organization dedicated to helping young professionals connect with one another and grow in their Catholic faith while pursuing demanding careers. Learn more about YCP by visiting ycpchicago.org.
We look forward to seeing you January 9th!
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