MILWAUKEE, May 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Steve BoothBaird’s chairman and CEO will receive an honorary doctorate in business and economics. Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) in early spring Saturday, May 27, 2023. He has been recognized for his contributions and achievements in the financial industry. He will also deliver a keynote address. Booth is a member of MSOE’s Board of Regents.
“Our mission at MSOE challenges us to develop graduates with the MSOE mindset: leaders of character, responsible professionals, passionate learners and value creators. Steve exemplifies the principles of each,” he said. John Waltz, President of MSOE. “Steve leads by example, and we are honored to have him serve as a board member and an inspiration to our students.”
Booth is a member of the board of directors of Baird Financial Group and related entities, including Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Booth joined Baird’s investment banking group in 1994, leading its industrial and global M&A groups, and became head of investment banking in 2004. January 2014. In the year He was named Baird’s chief operating officer in early 2013, became president and COO in 2014, president and CEO in 2016, and chairman and CEO in 2021.
Prior to joining Baird, Booth worked in the Chicago corporate finance office of Kidder, Peabody & Co. It was on. He received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Southern Methodist University. In addition to serving on the MSOE Board of Regents, Booth serves on the Water Council, the United Arts Fund, the United Nations Board of Directors. Greater Milwaukee And Waukesha CountyMetropolitan Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce, Carmen School Science and Technology and RiverFront Investment Group LLC. Booth serves on the executive board of the Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences SMU and the Cox School of Business Executive Board SMU. In the year In 2022, Booth was named Wisconsin Business Leader of the Year by the Harvard Business School Club. Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Source Milwaukee School of Engineering