Paul Maranville, ’03, President and Chairman, Genesys Works Chicago


How to take the lead on a board

Paul Maranville, ’03, explains how Booth graduates can become nonprofit leaders.

Steven McCullough, '96, Vice President of Community Partnerships, Greater Chicago Food Depository


Steven McCullough, '96, brings private sector experience to nonprofit work

"I’m using every single tool that I’ve learned at Booth and in my daily work at the Greater Chicago Food Depository."

Erik Wallsten, Cofounder and Managing Partner, Adobe Capital


Chicago Booth alumnus Erik Wallsten established a fund that’s making a difference in Mexico.

"In the US, the impact conversation centers on getting better teachers in schools. In emerging markets, it focuses on actually building enough schools for children to attend.”

Doing Good is Serious Business

The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation is the destination for people committed to helping solve complex social and environmental problems. As Chicago Booth's social impact hub, we build on the school's grounding in business fundamentals with experiential learning and research-based insights. Then, through programs, including the John Edwardson, '72, Social New Venture Challenge and training for nonprofit board members, we equip our community with the knowledge and tools to positively impact humanity.

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