John Edwardson, '72, Social New Venture Challenge (SNVC)

John Edwardson, '72, Social New Venture Challenge (SNVC)

2021 Judges

Keith Breslauer, MBA ’88

Keith Breslauer, MBA ’88

Founder and Managing Director, Patron Capital

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Keith Breslauer, MBA ’88

Founder and Managing Director, Patron Capital

Keith Breslauer, ’88, founded Patron Capital in 1999 and is the managing director of Patron Capital Limited, the investment adviser to the Patron Capital Funds (including Patron Capital Captive Fund, Funds I–IV). The total capital under management represents approximately €3.4 billion from leading US and European institutions, endowments, pension funds, and family offices. The Patron Funds primarily focus on investments in companies and assets associated with property and property-related activities. In addition, these companies are typically impaired due to a liquidity event or some degree of distress at the borrower or asset level.

Breslauer is active as a patron of numerous charities, including serving as co-chair of the Chicago Booth Global Advisory Board (EMEA), and sits on the advisory board of the Chicago Booth Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation. He has an MBA from Chicago Booth, a bachelor of science degree from New York University’s Stern School of Business, and is an accomplished alpinist and skier.

Jim Casselberry, MBA ’01

Jim Casselberry, MBA ’01

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Jim Casselberry, MBA ’01

Jim Casselberry has over 30 years of experience in investing, impact investing, investment management and investment consulting.

Casselberry is the chief investment officer at 4S Bay Partners, LLC with the primary focus being on market, impact, and mission-related investing. He is a board member at the Julian Grace Foundation and on the investment committee. He’s also a board member of Arc Chicago, LLC, the appointed board of Benefit Chicago. Benefit Chicago is a collaboration between The Chicago Community Trust, the John D, and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and Calvert Foundation. Casselberry is the board chair of Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI). 

He has held senior roles at NexTier Companies, LLC and Dearborn Park Group, LLC (DPG)—firms that offer strategic consulting advice to investment management and financial services firms. Prior to DPG, he was a principal at Ennis Knupp and Associates Inc. (Ennis Knupp, currently known as AonHewitt Investment Consulting, Inc) and served as the primary consultant and managed consulting assignments for some of the nation’s largest public pension funds, foundations and endowments. He also served as the leader of Ennis Knupp’s Emerging Manager Advisory Council. 

During his career, Casselberry has held leadership positions with Trias Capital Management, LLC, Wedgewood Capital Management, Inc. and The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. He began his career at First Chicago Corporation and Arthur D. Little Valuation, Inc. He has been an adjunct professor at Valparaiso University, teaching in the College of Business MBA program, and the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. He sits on several philanthropic boards including Mosaic Genius, American Friends of Hebrew University, Morehouse College (Trustee), and the National Urban League (Trustee). He has written several white papers, most recently “Why Not the Best? Capturing Alpha from a Long-Neglected Market.”

He received a BS degree in economics from the University of Illinois and an MBA degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Joann Chen, AB ’08

Joann Chen, AB ’08

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Joann Chen, AB ’08

Joann Chen has spent her career at the intersection of business, finance, and social impact, having helped launch and grow multiple impact investment funds. She is currently senior advisor to Employment Technology Fund (ETF@JFFLabs), the only fund in the US focused specifically on technology solutions that help underserved workers advance economically. 

Before joining ETF@JFFLabs, she was a partner at Equal Opportunity Ventures, investing in early-stage entrepreneurs seeking to address economic and racial inequity. She was previously a member of the founding investment team at Bain Capital Double Impact, the first impact investment fund launched by a leading global investment firm. 

Earlier in her career, she served as investment officer at ImpactAssets, helping grow an impact-focused donor advised fund that now has over $1 billion under management. Chen was the founding program director of Spark Ventures, where she helped launch businesses in emerging markets to fund social programs. Chen started her career at the Cambridge Group, a management consulting firm advising Fortune 500 companies in growth strategy.

Chen holds a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Chicago and an MBA from Harvard Business School. 

Robert Clauser, MBA ’93

Robert Clauser, MBA ’93

Media Executive, Entrepreneur, Investor, Social Impact Advocate

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Robert Clauser, MBA ’93

Media Executive, Entrepreneur, Investor, Social Impact Advocate

Robert Clauser, ’93, has extensive experience in the corporate, startup, and nonprofit worlds, having been a founder as well as a C-suite leader. He is coming out of the “quarantunnel” having built resiliency programs for social impact organizations, expanded the Peace Studio, and launched an education foundation.  He has had a residency with TED, including having given a talk on philanthropy and social impact.  He has harnessed the power of storytelling and journalism to illuminate and activate social champions and causes through his roles including the CFO of WNET/New York Public Media and COO of Tina Brown Live Media/Women in the World Media/American Justice Summit.

Clauser has more than 20 years of experience in media and entertainment strategy and operations and deep financial experience related to fundraising. He’s a philanthropist partnering with organizations ranging from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Eco Art Project, Philanthropy Sharktank, icouldbe, Montage Pictures to Gaingels, and StartOut.

Janet Linden Cooper, MBA ’82

Janet Linden Cooper, MBA ’82

Independent Director, The Toro Company, Lennox International, and CPI Aerostructures, Inc.

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Janet Linden Cooper, MBA ’82

Independent Director, The Toro Company, Lennox International, and CPI Aerostructures, Inc.

Janet Linden Cooper serves as an independent director of The Toro Company and Lennox International. She is also a member of the board of trustees of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, chairing the investment management committee. 

Previously, Cooper was senior vice president and treasurer of Qwest Communications International Inc., (now CenturyLink) and oversaw $15 billion in assets while on the board of Qwest Asset Management. She also served as CFO of McDATA Corporation (now part of Broadcom.) Cooper received her MBA from Chicago Booth and has a master’s in applied math from the University of Illinois.

John Edwardson, MBA ’72

John Edwardson, MBA ’72

Co-chair, Advance Illinois

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John Edwardson, MBA ’72

Co-chair, Advance Illinois

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John Edwardson is co-chairman of Advance Illinois, an independent statewide education policy and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring that every Illinois student receives a world-class education. Edwardson is the former chairman and CEO of CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to businesses, government, education, and healthcare organizations. During his tenure, CDW’s revenues grew from $3.8 billion to more than $10 billion. Prior to joining CDW, Edwardson served as chairman and chief executive of Burns International Services Corporation. He also served as president of UAL Corporation and United Airlines. 

Edwardson earned his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University and his MBA from Chicago Booth. He serves as a trustee of the University of Chicago, on the Council on Chicago Booth, and on the advisory board of Booth’s Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation. He is also a retired board member of FedEx Corporation, Rockwell Collins Inc., and currently serves on the board of Chubb LTD.

Mark Ernst, MBA ’86

Mark Ernst, MBA ’86

Managing Partner, Bellevue Capital

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Mark Ernst, MBA ’86

Managing Partner, Bellevue Capital

After a 40-year career in various corporate and government roles, Mark Ernst now manages Bellevue Capital, his private investment firm.

After graduating from Chicago Booth in 1986, Ernst spent 12 years at American Express. He moved from there to become chairman and chief executive officer at H&R Block, Inc. for a 10-year period. Ernst served as deputy commissioner at the Internal Revenue Service for 2 years before joining Fiserv, Inc., one of the world’s largest fintech companies, as chief operating officer, a position he held for 7 years before his retirement in 2018.

In addition to his MBA from the University of Chicago, Ernst earned a BS from Drake University, where he is a member of the Board of Trustees. He serves as chairman of the board of the Financial Health Network, the nation’s leading consumer financial services advocacy organization. He currently and has previously served on the boards of directors of several public companies.

Ghian Foreman, MBA ’01

Ghian Foreman, MBA ’01

president and CEO, Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative

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Ghian Foreman, MBA ’01

president and CEO, Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative

Ghian Foreman is the president and CEO of the Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative, which generates community wealth and amplifies local culture through shared pride, power, and investment for Chicago’s mid-South Side. Emerald South attracts and coordinates investment through community convening and collaborative partnerships that increase local ownership and prosperity. 

Prior to joining Emerald South, Foreman was the executive director of the Greater Southwest Development Corporation, a community development corporation focused on the improvement of the Southwest Side of Chicago. 

Foreman is the managing partner of the Washington Park Development Group, a real estate development firm focused on traditionally underserved urban markets. In this capacity, he has been responsible for over $50 million in investments and development. Foreman sits on several boards, including the Chicago Rehab Network, Chicago Housing Authority Support Corporation. He is currently the President of the Chicago Police Board, and most recently joined Chicago Booth as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Strategy.

He earned a BS from Florida A&M University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. A native Chicagoan, he lives in Kenwood with his wife, Traci, and daughter, Jade.

Sonny Garg, AB ’89, MBA ’00

Sonny Garg, AB ’89, MBA ’00

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Sonny Garg, AB ’89, MBA ’00

For 25 years as an executive and board member in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, Garg has applied his willingness to challenge conventional thinking, deep commitment to value-based leadership, and belief in creating new enterprises and transforming mature organizations. 

In late 2020, Garg joined DNS Capital, the family office for Gigi Pritzker, Michael Pucker, and their immediate family to establish the DNS Phunhouse, an investment vehicle focused on seed-stage investment opportunities. 

Immediately prior to DNS, he spent five years at Uptake, an industrial AI software company, launching and growing Uptake’s Energy division. With a valuation now over $2 billion, Uptake has been recognized both by the World Economic Forum and Bloomberg New Energy Finance as a technology pioneer and was named the No. 3 most promising AI company by Fortune. 

In addition to his early-stage experience, he spent 13 years at Exelon Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, leading various departments and divisions during periods of inflection. Garg began his career at the Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago, where he conducted research on social capital, as well youth and neighborhood development programs, in innercity neighborhoods. He later served as an assistant to Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, leading the conceptualization and creation of World Business Chicago, the city’s public-private economic development organization. 

In addition, Garg has served as the president or chair of nonprofits founded by social entrepreneurs, including the Chicago Children’s Theatre, the Interfaith Youth Core, the Invisible Institute, and Project&. He has also published numerous editorials in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Crain’s Chicago Business on topics varying from diversity, equity, and inclusion to civic leadership.

For his leadership, Garg was appointed a White House Fellow by President Bill Clinton, where he served as a senior aide to the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget and was selected as an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow. He currently co-teaches a course on High Performance Leadership Chicago Booth, where he is also an executive in residence of civic impact and co-leads a seminar called the Intersection of Business, Society, and Self. 

Garg earned a MBA and a BA at the University of Chicago and a MPP from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. 

Brad Henderson, AB ’01, AM ’01

Brad Henderson, AB ’01, AM ’01

Senior Partner and Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group

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Brad Henderson, AB ’01, AM ’01

Senior Partner and Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group

 

Brad Henderson is the founding CEO of P33 where he is leading the nonprofit organization in driving global technology leadership for Chicago and inclusive economic growth for all. He brings 20-plus years of experience and a deep understanding of how to unlock economic opportunities that benefit businesses and individuals to P33’s efforts.

Henderson joined from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he was senior partner and managing director in the Chicago office. Henderson joined BCG as a summer associate in 2000, and quickly rose through the ranks to spend 2006 in the Mumbai, India office as part of the BCG Ambassador Program and later lead BCG’s North American Operations Practice.

Henderson is an active leader in the Chicago community, serving on the board of trustees for the Chicago History Museum, the Association House in Humboldt Park, and Interfaith Youth Core. He also serves on the board of ACCION US Network and Impact Engine. He was a BCG Bruce Henderson Institute (BHI) Fellow and is a member of the World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders program.

A Rhodes Scholar, Henderson has earned multiple degrees with distinction, including a bachelor of arts in economics and master’s of arts in social science from the University of Chicago and a master’s of science in economic and social history from the University of Oxford Balliol College.

Rich Hoops, MBA ’00

Rich Hoops, MBA ’00

Principal, VanHoops Holdings

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Rich Hoops, MBA ’00

Principal, VanHoops Holdings

Rich Hoops is the executive director of Impact Charitable, a nonprofit based in Denver, Colorado that partners with donors and government funders to identify and address critical capital/funding gaps among underserved individuals, entrepreneurs, and small businesses, through the facilitation of direct, philanthropic investments and special purpose funds.  He is also a member of Social Venture Partners, an organization that provides capacity building services to nonprofits and social enterprises, and Social Venture Circle, a national network of social impact investors and he serves on several nonprofit boards.  

Hoops began his private-sector career at Tandy Corporation in 1986. After that, he joined Dell Computer Corporation where, over 11 years, he held a variety of senior management and executive positions in sales, marketing, and business development. In 2000, Hoops moved to Boulder, Colorado where he founded and served as CEO of Outdoor Intelligence, a digital mapping company that served the outdoor recreational industry. Since 2004, Hoops has invested his time, energy, and resources in a variety of nonprofit and for-profit social impact initiatives and organizations in Colorado and East Africa, where he continues to support several nonprofit community development organizations and for-profit social ventures through mentorship and investment.  

Hoops has a bachelor of arts from the University of Missouri-Columbia and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. When not working, Hoops enjoys skiing, fishing, cycling, and spending time with his four daughters.

Stephanie Kater, MBA ’11

Stephanie Kater, MBA ’11

Partner, The Bridgespan Group

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Stephanie Kater, MBA ’11

Partner, The Bridgespan Group

Stephanie Kater is a partner in The Bridgespan Group’s Boston office. Since joining the organization in 2011, she has focused her work in the areas of education and impact investing. She currently co-leads Bridgespan’s impact investing practice.

Much of her work has been on developing performance measurement systems for domestic and global organizations, as well as for their investors. On the investor side, she led work with TPG’s Rise Fund—where Bridgespan has partnered to develop and deliver rigorous, quantitative impact underwriting, as detailed in Harvard Business Review’s “Calculating the Value of Impact Investing.” She also supported Lime Rock New Energy as they launched their fund, supporting the development of their impact measurement framework and leading “impact diligence” on their investments. Internationally, she supports ABC World Asia to establish the right rigor and methodology for credible impact analysis. Kater’s project work spans from large foundations, to global NGOs, to high-net-worth-individuals, to private equity firms across the globe.

She is passionate about using data to make change. She has authored “Geek Cities: How Smarter Use of Data and Evidence Can Improve Lives,” as well as “How Is Investing in “What Works” Working?” Additionally, Kater helps lead Bridgespan’s consultant recruiting worldwide.
 
Prior to Bridgespan, Kater worked at the US Department of Education. She also spent three years as a consultant in Silicon Valley at Webster Pacific, a boutique strategy consultancy, where her projects included developing an impact and growth strategy for a large charter school network and advising on operations for 20+ small and medium-sized businesses.
 
Kater is based in the Washington, DC area, where she resides with her husband and two small children. She holds a BS in civil engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, where she had the privilege of being a distinguished fellow. Kater now serves on the advisory council for Chicago Booth’s Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation.

Rachel D. Kohler, MBA ’89

Rachel D. Kohler, MBA ’89

Founding Principal, KoHop Ventures

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Rachel D. Kohler, MBA ’89

Founding Principal, KoHop Ventures

 

 

Rachel Kohler is the CEO of NowPow and is improving access to community resources that support whole person care. Under her leadership, NowPow’s referral technology has been rapidly adopted by top health systems, payers, and community-based organizations across the country. Before joining NowPow, Kohler spent more than 20 years building and managing global luxury brands at Kohler Co., one of the largest and oldest private companies in the nation. Kohler is a trustee at the University of Chicago, the University of Chicago Medical Center, and the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics. 

She also serves on the boards of Kohler Co., Kohler Foundation, LPMC Foundation and MAPSCorps, a technical workforce pipeline for NowPow. Kohler also previously worked at Booz Allen & Hamilton, a management consulting firm, and at First Boston, an investment bank now known as Credit Suisse. Kohler earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA from Princeton University.

Tasha Seitz

Tasha Seitz

Partner, Impact Engine

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Tasha Seitz

Partner, Impact Engine

Tasha Seitz leads the venture investment team at Impact Engine, where she invests in early stage software companies driving improvements in education, health, economic empowerment, and environmental sustainability. She has been making and managing technology venture investments for over two decades. Prior to joining Impact Engine, she was a partner with JK&B Capital, a technology venture capital firm based in Chicago with $1.1 billion dollars under management, where she was responsible for identifying, evaluating, and making investments in early stage enterprise software companies. Her post-investment responsibilities included serving on boards of directors, managing growth, coaching and hiring management teams, and managing investments through exit.

In addition, Seitz serves as adjunct professor of social impact at the Kellogg School of Management, board director for the Bridges Impact Foundation US, and a member of Echoing Green’s Investor Advisory Group. She is also a founding partner and former board chair for the Chicago chapter of Social Venture Partners. Seitz earned a BA from Wellesley College and an MBA from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Roberto Servitje, MBA ’13

Roberto Servitje, MBA ’13

Corporate Director, Grupo Altex

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Roberto Servitje, MBA ’13

Corporate Director, Grupo Altex

Roberto Servitje is a managing director in Altex, his family’s business and one of Mexico’s largest agro-industrial companies. He has spent most of his professional career in a variety of local and international roles within his family’s businesses in the food industry, including risk management and marketing. Directly after graduating from the Full-Time MBA Program at Chicago Booth, he joined Grupo Lacrem in Barcelona as director of marketing and in 2015 he returned to Altex based in Mexico City, most recently as managing director for the group. 

Servitje received a BA in international commerce from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico City and participated in the SNVC while he attended Chicago Booth. He is active in various organizations that support urban and contemporary art, as well as rural development initiatives throughout Mexico.

Unmi Song, AB ’82, MBA ’86

Unmi Song, AB ’82, MBA ’86

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Unmi Song, AB ’82, MBA ’86

Unmi Song is president of the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, a private foundation that supports nonprofits serving low-income communities in Chicago. The Fry Foundation focuses its grant making in the areas of arts learning, education, employment, and health.  Across all of its funding areas, the foundation’s focus is on helping organizations: build capacity to enhance the quality of services and better assess the impact of programs; develop successful program innovations that other organizations in the field can learn from or adopt; and share knowledge so that information which can help low-income communities and individuals is widely and readily available. The foundation is especially interested in testing new ideas that will advance knowledge or practice in the fields in which its grantees work.   Addressing needs of the Chicago community since 1983, it has assets of $200 million and awards $8 million in grants annually. 

Song received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Chicago and continued her education at the university’s Graduate School of Business, obtaining an MBA in finance and international business. Song was a vice president of Bankers Trust Company and held positions at Citicorp Investment Bank in New York City, at the First National Bank of Chicago and at Gold Star Tele-Electric Company, in Seoul, Korea. Prior to joining the Fry Foundation, she directed the employment grant-making program focused on job training and welfare policy issues at the Joyce Foundation.  

Song has many affiliations with philanthropic and nonprofit organizations.  She was appointed by President Obama to serve on the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.  She currently serves on the board of Metropolitan Planning Council.  Prior board service includes the Alliance for the Great Lakes, Forefront (Donors Forum of Illinois) and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy.  She has served as board chair for Asian Americans Advancing Justice, a national civil rights organization.

Carter Stewart

Carter Stewart

Managing Director, Draper Richards Kaplan (DRK) Foundation

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Carter Stewart

Managing Director, Draper Richards Kaplan (DRK) Foundation

Carter Stewart is responsible for identifying and supporting Draper Richards Kaplan (DRK) Foundation entrepreneurs, serving on the boards of DRK portfolio organizations Detroit Justice Center, Partners for Justice, and Mortar. Prior to joining DRK, Stewart served as the presidentially appointed US Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio. In his work, he emphasized deterrence, crime prevention, and alternatives to incarceration. He created the district’s first community outreach position and established a community leadership committee geared toward building trust and improving communication between the public and law enforcement. 

Stewart took a leadership role at the US Department of Justice to address inequities in the criminal justice system by raising awareness about the school-to-prison pipeline and chairing a working group of US Attorneys focused on reducing racial disparities in the federal system. 

He received a JD from Harvard Law School, earned an MA in education policy from Columbia University, and received his undergraduate degree in political science from Stanford University.

Ron Tarrson, MBA ’72 (XP-31)

Ron Tarrson, MBA ’72 (XP-31)

Managing Partner and Director, Santa Fe Aero Services

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Ron Tarrson, MBA ’72 (XP-31)

Managing Partner and Director, Santa Fe Aero Services

@SFAeroServices

Ron Tarrson is the managing partner and director of Santa Fe Aero Services and The Jet Center Santa Fe, suppliers of avionics, maintenance, fuel, hangar and concierge services for private and corporate aviation at the Santa Fe, NM Regional Airport.  He formerly worked for the John O. Butler Company, where he held numerous positions, including corporate director, treasurer, COO, and president. After selling to Sunstar of Japan, which took the public company private, he served for two years as vice chairman. Tarrson received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois and his MBA from Chicago Booth. He serves in leadership roles for many foundations that focus on the airline industry. Tarrson recently served on the Council on Chicago Booth and is currently on the advisory council for the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation.

William W. Towns

William W. Towns

Managing Director, Chi-Town Impact, 4S Bay Partners

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William W. Towns

Managing Director, Chi-Town Impact, 4S Bay Partners

 

 

William W. Towns is a scholar, activist, and practitioner dedicated to helping solve civic and urban issues at the structural level. Towns is managing director at 4S Bay Partners, a single family office asset management firm that strives to eliminate prejudice and the inequities in our society. Before 4S Bay, he was the executive director of Benefit Chicago, where he led the day-to-day work to help socially motivated businesses and nonprofits access the capital they need to innovate and grow. He was also an assistant vice president at the University of Chicago, working within the Office of Civic Engagement to lead the neighborhood initiatives team and efforts to increase economic growth, health outcomes, and vibrancy and sustainability in South Side communities. He serves on numerous committees and advisory boards across the US, and is a frequent guest speaker at conferences and universities. Towns earned his MBA from the University of Notre Dame and his bachelor’s in marketing from Loyola University.

David B. Wells, MBA ’98, MPP ’98

David B. Wells, MBA ’98, MPP ’98

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David B. Wells, MBA ’98, MPP ’98

David Wells has focused the last 20+ years on helping consumer businesses grow and has recently shifted toward helping younger companies and NGOs and nonprofits with a focus on economic growth in the developing world.

He spent nearly 15 years at Netflix as CFO and as vice president of financial planning and analysis before retiring in early 2019.  Prior to Netflix, Wells served in progressive roles at Deloitte Consulting for six years and in the nonprofit world.  

Wells is a current corporate director for three companies: public ad tech company The Trade Desk, private fintech Wise.com, and public direct-to-consumer healthcare company HIMS.  He also works with a number of nonprofits in the economic development and mental health space and serves on the board of Innovations for Poverty Action, the Silicon Valley Chapter of American Red Cross, and is a member of the Harris Council for the University of Chicago and Jefferson Trust for the University of Virginia.

Wells holds a joint MBA/MPP magna cum laude from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Virginia.

He loves spending time with his wife and 13-year-old daughter doing anything outside.

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