Roosevelt University announces the new president of the South Side Alumni Chapter

Roosevelt University announces the new president of the South Side Alumni Chapter

 Roosevelt University is pleased to announce the appointment of Leticia Ransom, MBA, PHR, as the new President of the South Side Alumni Chapter of Roosevelt University (RU-SSAC).  Having served as Vice President for the past two years under outgoing president Julius Rhodes, Ransom brings energy and fresh ideas to the position.  Her appointment was unanimously and enthusiastically approved by the RU-SSAC Leadership at their May 2013 meeting and she has hit the ground running.

 

Ransom received a BA in Business Administration from Dillard University in New Orleans, LA., and her MBA in Finance and Marketing from Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.  Her professional background includes extensive experience in the fields of Human Resources, Marketing and Finance.  Ransom has been a life-time member of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) since 2004, completing her second term as Treasurer of the Chicago Chapter in December 2011.  She is credited for implementing financial internal controls, operating budgets and obtaining the reinstatement of the chapter’s non-profit status that was lost three years prior to her taking over as Treasurer.  She co-founded Better Investors Through Education (BITE) 15 years ago and served as Treasurer from 1997 – 2005.  An active community member, Ransom is also the author of two novels LinkAge (2000), and its sequel AgeLess Pain (2006) by L.B. Ransom.

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