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Beth Bronner

Beth Bronner

Beth Bronner

“I understand the life changing results transplantation can deliver. Northwestern Medicine and the medical team changed my life and that of my family. We will always be grateful.”

Beth Bronner is an experienced businesswoman and dedicated philanthropist. Beth received her bachelor of arts from Vassar College and her MBA from the University of Chicago. She has built a successful career as a marketing executive working for such companies as Jim Beam, Revlon, Nabisco, AT&T, Häagen-Dazs, and Citibank. Currently she serves as the Managing Director of Mistral Equity Partners, LLC, a private equity firm that specializes in the consumer and media sectors. Her past positions have included Global Chief Marketing Officer of Beam Spirits and Wine as well as President of Consumer Businesses at Revlon.

Beth currently serves on the Board of Directors of Jamba Juice, one of Mistral Equity Partners’ portfolio companies. Her experience on board committees spans several companies and includes areas such as governance, audit, compensation, and special committees.

In addition to her professional experience, Beth also serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations. Currently Beth is a board member of The Goodman Theater, the President’s Advisory Council for Vassar College, and the Marketing Steering Committee of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In the past Beth has served as a board member for The Cradle Foundation, the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, The New School, and the Women’s Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Beth and her family were personally touched by the efforts of Northwestern Medicine when she received a kidney transplant. Beth has said, “I understand the life changing results transplantation can deliver. Northwestern Medicine and the medical team changed my life and that of my family. We will always be grateful.”

Beth chose to serve on the NMTAC because she believes in the mission of the project and the commitment of every person involved. Commenting on her dedication to NMTAC, Beth stated, “There were many people who helped us through my illness by providing support and education. I hope I can offer support and help to others and say thank you to Northwestern and its personnel.”