Katie Callow-Wright

The University of Chicago, Executive Vice President

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As Executive Vice President of the University of Chicago with responsibility for facilitating and implementing strategic initiatives, Katie Callow-Wright is the senior vice president of the University, the principal representative of the Office of the President, and the convener for major planning efforts and programmatic initiatives that engage multiple administrative offices. She oversees a broad range of activities including campus master planning, architectural design for major capital projects, Facilities Services, the Office of University Events and Ceremonies, executive recruitment and compensation, the David Rubenstein Forum, and the Quadrangle Club. Katie joined UChicago in 2000 following appointments in student life at Baldwin Wallace College and Colorado College. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from DePauw University and a master’s degree in education from Bowling Green…

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