News & Events
Latin Professionals Evening
WEDNESDAY, April 7 | 6 - 7:30 PM CT
Join us to hear insights from our featured speakers on bringing organizations through difficult times. Learn how previous challenges informed their decisions, and what they'll take away from being at the helm in healthcare, hospitality and travel during this pandemic.
With featured speakers: President of United Airlines, Brett Hart, owner of Vermilion and founder of Let's Talk Womxn, Rohini Dey, and President and CEO of Anchorum St. Vincent, Peter Bastone '75; moderated by WBEZ editor Alexandra Salomon '90.
Following our speakers, attendees will have the opportunity to network with Latin alumni and current parents and guardians in industry-specific breakout rooms.
Conversation with Randall Dunn & Eleannor Maajid
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 | 5:30 PM CT
We will host another conversation with Randall Dunn and Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Eleannor Maajid '97 for BIPOC alumni and alumni from underrepresented groups including LGBTQ+. More details coming soon.
National Latin Day
THURSDAY, APRIL 22 | ALL DAY
Put on your orange and blue and celebrate your Latin roots with a day of virtual contests, connections and plenty of Roman spirit!
Michael Trainer '94 discusses how Latin had a lasting influence on his life, meeting the Dali Lama, mindfulness and more!
Stacy Igel '95, fashion designer and founder of Boy Meets Girl, takes us inside her NYC design studio for an exclusive look at her latest projects.
Jessica D'Onofrio '95, reporter for ABC7 in Chicago discusses her unique career path, trends in news media and reporting, and more!
Join us for a conversation with Academy Award Nominee Virgil Williams '88, as he discusses his Oscar nomination, career path, Latin's influence on his life and more.
Danielle Weisberg '04, Co-Founder of theSkimm discusses her career, innovation, Latin memories and more.
Film producer Albert Berger '75 talks about his 28 years in the business and working on projects such as Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Cold Mountain (2003) and Nebraska (2013).