Distinguished Entrepreneur Series: Tally Co-founder Jason Brown
Join the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Chicago for a Distinguished Entrepreneur Speaker Series Event featuring Tally Co-founder Jason Brown in a fireside chat with Polsky Center senior advisor Ellen Rudnick.
// Jason Brown is the cofounder and CEO of Tally, a fintech company that helps customers manage their credit card debt. Tally recently raised an $80 million Series D funding round, propelling it to a near-unicorn $855 million valuation. Jason founded Tally in 2015 with a mission to make people less stressed and better off financially. Growing up in a family that struggled to make ends meet, Jason knows first-hand how important financial health is to a person’s overall wellbeing. A repeat entrepreneur, Jason also cofounded solar finance company Gen110 and premium tech support company Bask.com. He received a BS from Boston University and an MBA from Chicago Booth.
// Ellen Rudnick is a senior advisor at Chicago Booth and previously served as the inaugural executive director of the Polsky Center. Ellen is a successful startup executive, having served as chairman of Pacific Biometrics and CEO of Health Care Knowledge Resources. She has held positions as corporate vice president at Baxter Healthcare and president of Baxter Management Services Division, which she founded. She holds an MBA from Chicago Booth.
This event is free and registration is required. Please note that you will be emailed a link to access this virtual event one hour prior to the start time. If you do not see an email, please check your spam folder before reaching out.