Beth Minick had a successful career in corporate and investment banking. She held senior vice president positions at Continental Illinois National Bank, CIBC and Bank Brussels Lambert managing financings for Fortune 500 clients, leveraged buyouts, mergers and acquisitions and structured and project financings.
After 12 years, Minick decided to raise her two children fulltime and use her professional skills in volunteer positions and philanthropic work. She held many leadership positions at the Ross School, including in the PTA and was elected Chairman of the Ross School Site Council. She engaged in philanthropic activities and fundraising for the arts on the Junior Board of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and was Co-Chair of a successful fundraiser for The San Anselmo Playhouse, a theater organization. In the educational realm, Minick was a active in the Skidmore College Friend’s of the President Council and as an Alumni Interviewer for her alma mater, Northwestern University.
Minick graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.