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Curious about applying to Chicago Booth? Chat with the Admissions team about the 2012-2013 application, essays, transcripts, letters of recommendation and more.

Event Panelist(s):

Bryce Kirchhausen
Associate Director of Admissions - Bryce joined the Chicago Booth admissions team in April of 2010 as an associate director. In addition to serving as part of the Admissions Committee, Bryce is responsible for building lasting relationships with alumni and corporations. Prior to joining the Admissions Office, he worked in client services at a Chicago marketing agency and was a recruiter for that industry. He also volunteers at Jobs for Youth, Chicago Professionals for Youth, Chicago Cares, Career Transitions Center, Off the Streets, and PAWS.
Carrie Lydon
Associate Director of Admissions - Carrie joined the Chicago Booth admissions team in August 2008. She is responsible for evaluation strategy, application development and operations, as well as developing LGBT recruitment initiatives. Prior to joining the Admissions Office, Carrie?s served as the development director for Girls in the Game, where she led the organization's resource development and strategic planning. Carrie received her bachelor's degree from Ball State University and is currently pursuing a master?s degree in learning and organizational change from Northwestern University.
Donna Swinford
Director of Operations and Evaluation - Donna joined the Office of Admissions in 2005. Donna is responsible for handling all issues related to technology, application systems, and operations. Prior to moving to Admissions, she held the positions of project manager for the computing services office and information services manager in Career Services at Chicago Booth.
Eddie Pulliam
Senior Associate Director of Admissions - Eddie joined the Admissions Office in 1987 and held several positions before becoming Senior Associate Director. Along with recruiting, reading applications, and interviewing candidates for Chicago Booth, his primary responsibility is spearheading recruitment initiatives for underrepresented minorities.
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