Brauer Lecture Series Presents

Monty Moran

Former Co-CEO at Chipotle Mexican Grill (2009-2016), Lawyer, Author, Pilot & Filmmaker

Thursday, April 13, 2023 | Graham Chapel
6:00 p.m. CT

Space is limited. Registration required.
The lecture will be simulcast in Frick Forum once capacity in Graham Chapel is reached.


Food trucks are available, free of charge, to students who attend the lecture.
FarmTruk | Go Gyro | Sweet Divine Cupcakes | Pappy’s | Blues Fired Pizza


Described as one of America’s most inspiring and effective leaders, Monty Moran’s unique and powerful style led Chipotle to meteoric growth and success, as the company’s value grew by over $23 billion and more than 2,000 restaurants during his time as co-CEO. Chipotle’s unparalleled rise in revenue, profitability, and shareholder return were fueled by an extraordinary team of over 75,000, united around Monty’s powerful vision of rewarding people based on their effectiveness in making the people around themselves better. Monty, a former trial lawyer, is an avid pilot, author, and filmmaker, who continues to teach how to build empowered cultures by unlocking people’s maximum potential through love, vulnerability, authenticity, and excellent communication.


The Brauer Lecture Series was created to explore and encourage dialogue on the American free enterprise system. The series supports student growth and development by hosting leading scholars from across the United States. 

This lecture series supports the vision of WashU Olin Business School providing world-changing business education, research and impact. By offering students an opportunity to participate in thought-provoking dialogue with leading scholars, WashU Olin is positioned to be a leader on topics currently analyzed at top academic institutions across the country. 

Made possible by Stephen and Camilla Brauer, the series features highly regarded thought leaders and public figures addressing the positive influences that free-market economics and the American free enterprise system continue to play in economic growth, public policy, and world affairs.

Questions? Contact Rachael Williams at or 314.935.9056.

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