The Stanford Club of Chicago invites you to
A Conversation with Alyssa Rapp, MBA '05,
Author of Leadership & Life Hacks
Interviewed by Kim Kamin, '93
March 10, 2020 5-7 p.m.
$40.00 (includes a copy of the book while supplies last)
Register here (sign in as guest on Stanford site)
Call with questions (866) 543-0243
This event is open to all members of Ivy Plus alumni associations.
Please join us at the Gilt Bar on Tuesday, March 10, between 5-7 p.m. Enjoy appetizers, wine, and an intimate conversation between Kim Kamin, '93 and Alyssa Rapp, MBA '05, author of Leadership and Life Hacks. This session is designed for those of us who juggle many demands and want to do it all, well.
Whether you’re a CEO, entrepreneur, businessperson, athlete, teacher, spouse, stay-at-home parent, community leader—even if you’re still figuring out who you want to be—you’ll walk away from this book confident and empowered, ready to hack your life.
Alyssa Rapp as seen on WGN TV: https://wgntv.com/2019/10/25/alyssa-rapp-on-new-book-leadership-life-hacks/
Leadership & Life Hacks is the perfect guidebook for anyone hungry to be more efficient and effective. Alyssa takes you into the boardroom and into her own home, providing invaluable strategies for everything from leading a meeting with key stakeholders and managing a household, to answering emails and taking colleagues to rock concerts. It’s The 4-Hour Workweek meets Emily Post.
ALYSSA RAPP is CEO of Surgical Solutions and one of Crain's Chicago's "Notable Women in Health Care." Previously, she founded Bottlenotes, Inc., then the leading interactive media company in the US wine industry, during which time Inc. magazine named her one of the "30 Under 30 coolest entrepreneurs in America."
Alyssa earned a B.A. in Political Science and the History of Art from Yale University in 2000 and an M.B.A. from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business in 2005. At Yale, she earned the Frank M. Patterson prize for the best essay on the American political system for her senior thesis on public housing reform in Chicago.
Since 2014, Alyssa has co-taught the inaugural courses of Global Dynamics of the Wine Industry at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Alyssa and her husband, fellow Stanford GSB alum and 1990 MLB World Series champion, Hal Morris, reside in the Northern suburbs and have two daughters.