Alyssa Rapp

Meet Alyssa Rapp '00, author of Hacks for the New World and Leadership and Life Hacks as she shares some rapid fire ideas for how to live and work in this new world.  

Alyssa Rapp was named the CEO of Surgical Solutions by private equity firm Sterling Partners in January 2018 and, within six months, was named one of Crain’s Chicago’s “Notable Women in Health Care” -- a title she earned for a second year in a row in 2019. From 2005-2015, Alyssa spent a decade in the Silicon Valley as the founder & CEO of Bottlenotes, Inc., a leading interactive media company in the U.S. wine, craft beer, and artisanal spirit industries. In addition to being an entrepreneur and executive, Alyssa is also a civic leader, a lecturer at Stanford University and University of Chicago business schools, a published author of Leadership and Life Hacks and Hacks for the New World, a wife to 1990 MLB World Series champion Hal Morris, and mom to Audrey (7) and Henriette Morris (5). 

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