Emile Cambry, Jr. received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Chicago and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He is a Professor at North Park University and was recognized as one of the Top 50 Business School Professors. Emile has experience in Investment Banking for J.P. Morgan Chase. Emile is a Founding Board Member of the Chicago Comedy Film Festival and the American Chamber Opera Company, as well as hosted several radio shows. His films have been licensed by HBO and Cinemax, as well as Showtime. Emile is the Founder and CEO of social entrepreneurship project, the 21st Century Youth Project.
He is an Ideas Award Fellow as well as a Gold Medal Edison Awards winner, recognizing “visionaries” and innovators who seek to “write a new chapter in American innovation history.” The 21st Century Youth Project was recognized as the most innovative educational program in America by the Edison Awards (2012). Emile is also a board member of DePaul University’s Social Enterprise Collective. Emile Cambry, Jr. founded the technology and entrepreneurship incubator BLUE1647, as well as is president of the Chicago International Social Change Film Festival. Emile was named to Crains Tech 50, recognizing the top 50 individuals impacting technology in Chicago.
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