Fri, 28 Apr 2017, 6:00 PM –
Sat, 29 Apr 2017, 10:00 PMAdd to Calendar
Gleacher Center, 450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr, Chicago, IL 60611
Registration is now closed (this event already took place).
We are very excited to invite you to the 7th annual LDS MBA Conference in downtown Chicago! The 2017 website and registration is now live (LDSMBA.com). Due to the generous support of our sponsor, Pluralsight, the conference will be very affordable at $65 (prior conferences have cost $80+).
We have exciting speakers, great social events, and discounted hotel rooms. We want to introduce you to Chicago - the food, the culture, and the incredible attractions. By the time you leave you will be a native, believe me.
Please secure your spot at the conference by heading to LDSMBA.com and registering now. We will send out emails in the next couple of weeks with a finalized schedule, speaker list, etc. and will update LDSMBA.com.
Finally, we want to highlight our title sponor, Pluralsight. We have worked very closely with them to create a great conference. They have been incredibly supportive and their leadership team has ties to the LDS MBA Conference. Brandon Peay, Chief of Staff at Pluralsight, founded the conference along with Davis Smith and Evan McMullin in 2011. I have included a note from Brandon below with his thoughts on the conference. Additionally, Pluralsight has some very interesting MBA internships lined up this summer. Check out their career page if you are interested.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Chicago!
-Booth and Kellogg organizers
LDS MBA Conference attendees,
When Davis Smith, Evan McMullin and I started the conference in 2011 our vision was to create a space for all LDS MBA students to connect, learn, build relationships and strengthen our collective resolve to do good. I am thrilled the conference has built on that vision and is going strong 6 years later.
I trust you will build meaningful relationships at the conference. As I look back, I built life long friendships that have impacted me personally and professionally. Currently, I work at Pluralsight, a growth company that inspires the world with technology by democratizing professional technology learning. I met three of my closest Pluralsight colleagues at the LDS MBA Conference and years later recruited them to work at Pluralsight. In a different vein, we had a couple get married six months after meeting at the first conference. Those are two small examples of what can come from connecting as a group.
I am excited you will be attending this year in Chicago and I look forward to meeting you in April.
Contact the organizers