List of University of Chicago Booth School of Business alumni
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The following is a list of notable alumni of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Chicago Booth), formerly known as the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. The business school was renamed in 2008 in honor of the $300 million gift made by David G. Booth. Chicago Booth has over 43,000 alumni.
Banking and financial services
- Roger Altman, Chairman, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Evercore Partners; former Vice Chairman of The Blackstone Group; former Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary under the Clinton administration; former Assistant U.S. Treasury Secretary under the Carter administration
- Jose Antonio Alvarez, CEO of Banco Santander; former CFO of Banco Santander
- Martin Blessing, CEO of Commerzbank
- Archie R. Boe, former Chairman and CEO of the Allstate Corporation
- Jon Corzine, former CEO of Goldman Sachs, former Governor of New Jersey
- Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group
- Joe Mansueto, Chairman and CEO of Morningstar, Inc.
- Philip J. Purcell, former Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, and current president of Continental Investors
- Pete Ricketts, Vice-Chairman of Ameritrade and candidate for the U.S. Senate in Nebraska
- Thomas S. Ricketts, CEO of Incapital LLC; family trust was selected as winning bidder for the Chicago Cubs
- Robert Steel, CEO of Wachovia; former Under Secretary of the U.S. Treasury for domestic finance; former Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs
- Joel Stern, CEO of Stern Stewart & Co and developer of Economic value added concept
- Jon Winkelried, former Co-President of Goldman Sachs
- William E. Conway, Jr., Founding Partner and Managing Director of The Carlyle Group
- Joseph Nolan, Senior Partner of GTCR with $8 billion under management
- Peter G. Peterson, Founder and Chairman of The Blackstone Group, one of the world's largest buyout firms; U.S. Secretary of Commerce (1972–73); former CEO of Lehman Brothers; Co-founder of the Concord Coalition
- Howard Marks (investor) Founder and Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, fund with $76.7 billion under management.
- Byron D. Trott, Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of BDT Capital Partners, former Vice Chairman of Investment Banking for Goldman Sachs and Head of their Chicago Office and Mid-West region.
- Eric Kriss, Co-Founder of Bain Capital.
- Myron Scholes, co-developer of the Black–Scholes model, co-founder of Long-Term Capital Management.
- Clifford S. Asness, Founder of AQR Capital, firm with $24 billion under management; previously with Goldman Sachs as Director of Quantitative Research
- David G. Booth, Co-founder and CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors
- Mark Carhart and Ray Iwanowski, Portfolio Managers of Goldman Sachs $8 billion hedge fund called Global Alpha
- Richard Elden (MBA 1966), founder of Grosvenor Capital Management
- Eugene Fama, "Father of the efficient-market hypothesis", Nobel Laureate in Economics, professor at the Booth School of Business, co-founder of Dimensional Fund Advisors and co-developer of the Fama–French three-factor model
- Diane Garnick, Founder and CEO of Clear Alternatives
- Joseph Hill, Managing Principal of hedge fund Halcyon
- Roger G. Ibbotson, Founder of Ibbotson Associates
- Michael Larson (businessman), Investment Manager of Bill Gates
- John Liew, Co-Founder of AQR Capital, investment firm with $24 billion under management
- Howard Marks (investor), Co-founder and Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, investment firm with $77 billion under management
- John Meriwether, Founder and CEO of JWM Partners; Founder of Long-Term Capital Management.
- Rex Sinquefield, Co-founder along with David G. Booth and Eugene Fama of Dimensional Fund Advisors,.
- Victor Niederhoffer, Hedge fund manager, champion squash player.
- James M. Kilts, Vice Chairman of Procter & Gamble and former Chairman, CEO, and President, The Gillette Company
- Philip Kotler, author of textbook "Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Implementation and Control," , received his Master's Degree in economics and did post-doctoral work in behavioral science at the University of Chicago
- Frederick D. Sulcer, vice chairman DDB Worldwide, wrote Put a Tiger in Your Tank for ExxonMobil
- Steve Barnhart, CEO and President of Orbitz Worldwide
- Melvin Goodes, retired Chairman and CEO of Warner-Lambert
- Scott Griffith, CEO of Zipcar
- Charles M. Harper, former Chairman and CEO of ConAgra Foods, Inc.
- Timothy E. Hoeksema, Chairman, President and CEO of Midwest Airlines
- Mark Hoplamazian (MBA 1989), President and CEO of Hyatt Hotels Corporation
- Porter Jarvis (MBA), President, then Chairman of Swift & Co., 1955-1967; Trustee of the University of Chicago
- Mark Loughridge, CFO of IBM
- Joseph Neubauer (MBA 1965), Chairman and CEO of ARAMARK Corporation
- Brian Niccol (MBA 2003), CEO of Taco Bell Corporation
- Peer M. Schatz, CEO of Qiagen
- Dylan Taylor (executive), United States CEO of Colliers International
- John S. Watson, Chairman and CEO of Chevron Corporation
- Ray G. Young, CFO and EVP GMC
Government / public service / non-profit
- Andrew Alper, former President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation
- Roger C. Altman, former Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under the President Bill Clinton administration; former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under the President Jimmy Carter administration; Chairman, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Evercore Partners, a leading M&A advisory investment bank; former Vice Chairman of The Blackstone Group
- Jon Corzine '73, Governor of New Jersey, and former CEO of Goldman Sachs
- Dirk J. Debbink, United States Navy Vice Admiral and head of the United States Navy Reserve
- Arnold Donald, President and CEO of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
- Ron Huberman, CEO of Chicago Public Schools, previously President of the Chicago Transit Authority
- Christina Liu (MBA, PhD), former Finance Minister of Taiwan (2012)
- Jack Markell, 1985, Governor of Delaware
- Peter G. Peterson, (1972–73) U.S. Secretary of Commerce; Chairman of The Blackstone Group
- Charles Phelps, Provost at University of Rochester and noted economist in the health care sector
- Charles Plosser, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
- Steven Preston, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Administrator of the Small Business Administration
- Emil Skodon, US Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam
- Beryl Wayne Sprinkel, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, 1985-1989
- Robert K. Steel, Former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance within the United States Department of the Treasury; Former CEO of Wachovia Bank (2008–2010); former Vice-Chairman of Goldman Sachs
- Katerina Chumachenko Yushchenko, first lady of Ukraine
- Erroll Davis, 1967, Superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools
- Bryan Johnson, Founder and CEO of Braintree
- David Lawee, Head of Corporate Development at Google
- Mark Loughridge, CFO of IBM
- Matt Maloney, Co-founder and CEO of GrubHub 
- Satya Nadella, CEO at Microsoft
- Robert Whittington, Chief Information Officer at Wendy's
- Kathryn Gould, Co-Founder and General Partner, Foundation Capital
- John Hershey, Managing Director of Hercules Technology Growth Capital; formerly Managing Director of Infinity Capital and of the technology group at Banc of America Securities
- Robert McCormack, Co-Founder and Advisory Director, Trident Capital
- Mark Suster, Investment Partner at Upfront Ventures (formerly GRP Partners). Prominent blogger
- James O. McKinsey, Founder of McKinsey & Company
- Harold L. Sirkin, Senior Partner of The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and adviser to President Barack Obama
- Megan McArdle, economics journalist and blogger, formerly at Atlantic Monthly, now with Bloomberg 
- Sara Paretsky, novelist and creator of the V.I. Warshawski mystery series
- Jay Rasulo, CFO of The Walt Disney Company
- Craig Robinson '92, Head basketball coach at Oregon State University, brother-in-law of President Barack Obama
- Richard H. Steiner, Broadway producer, three-time Tony Award winner (Hairspray, The Producers, and Big River)
- http://www.chicagobooth.edu/about/history.aspx Chicago Booth History
- http://www.chicagobooth.edu/about/facts.aspx Chicago Booth Facts
- Sam Kirschner, Eldon Mayer, Lee Kessler. The Investor's Guide to Hedge Funds. John Wiley and Sons, 2006
- "Deaths". University of Chicago Magazine. 2004. Retrieved 2011-10-03.
Frederick D. Sulcer, AB’47, MBA’63, an advertising executive, ... vice chair of DDB Needham Worldwide,
- DDB Worldwide staff (January 25, 2004). "Paid Notice: Deaths SULCER, FREDERICK D. SANDY". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-10-03.
SULCER--Frederick Sandy. DDB Worldwide and its staff deeply mourn the death of advertising great Sandy Sulcer. The former copywriter, who penned Put a Tiger in Your Tank, ...