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Advisory Boards

Connecting Rotman with industry leaders

The industry-focused advisory boards provide a vital link between the Rotman School and the local business community. Members of the boards are leaders from the private and public sectors who help define and implement the School’s strategic mission and goals, and identify ways for the the business community and public sector to contribute to the strengthening of the School.

Advisory Board

Financial Services Advisory Board

The Rotman School Financial Services Advisory Board helps the school build and sustain profile and recruitment at leading financial services companies. Its founding Chair, Richard Nesbitt, is a Rotman MBA graduate from 1985.

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Healthcare and Life Sciences Advisory Board

The Healthcare and Life Sciences Advisory Board seeks to raise the profile of Rotman’s health sector management program, facilitate networking and employment opportunities for students, and highlight the multiple ways in which the school is engaged with the sector.

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Master of Financial Risk Management Advisory Board

The Master of Financial Risk Management Advisory Board seeks to raise the profile of Rotman’s MFRM program, facilitate networking and employment opportunities for students, and highlight the multiple ways in which the school is engaged in the risk management field.

Rotman Onboard Fellowship Program

Rotman Onboard matches talented upper-year MBA candidates with non-profit boards and charities for a 6-8 month fellowship. Potential candidates act as advisory and non-voting board members and complete a strategic governance project based on each firm's needs.

Faculty - Susan Christoffersen - Industry Connections

Susan is a Vice-Dean and an Associate Professor of Finance at Rotman

The Business of Healthcare: Brian Golden

Brian Golden is the Sandra Rotman Chair in Health Sector Strategy

Rotman OnBoard Fellowship Program

MBA students helping non-profits and charities in a 6-8 month fellowship

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