Raman Chadha is founder and partner at The Junto Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership, a business school apprenticeship program for startups looking to improve their leadership.
“Many entrepreneurs don’t think about retirement, and they get stuck working in the business much longer than they want,” Chadha told the Chicago Tribune. “That’s why I believe every entrepreneur has to start a business with an exit in mind.”
Previously, Chadha served as executive director the the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center at DePaul, an entrepreneurial hub for students, faculty and alumni. He also is a founding member and speaker at The Thought Board and an adviser at Catapult Chicago.
He has an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.