Celebrate Leaders Dinner

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Thursday, March 30, 2017
5:30 PM Reception | 6:30 PM Dinner and Program

Each year, more than 500 Fellows, business, and civic leaders come together for Leadership Greater Chicago’s annual Celebrate Leaders Dinner. The event recognizes and celebrates the passion, commitment, accomplishments and impact of civic leadership in the Chicago region. Proceeds from this important evening support LGC’s Signature Fellows Program that sets the bar for civic leadership development and prepares our emerging leaders for a lifelong commitment of civic involvement and responsibility. Attendees enjoy premier networking opportunities and an opportunity to honor Fellows whose leadership has made a significant impact on the community. This year’s honorees are:

2017 Distinguished Fellow Award

Connie Lindsey, EVP and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Diversity & Inclusion, Northern Trust

Inaugural Civic Catalyst Awards

Arne Duncan, Managing Partner, Emerson Collective; and Former U.S. Secretary of Education

Lisa Madigan, Illinois Attorney General

2017 Corporate Civic Leadership Award

BMO Harris Bank

Thank you to our generous sponsors for making this event possible.                                                              

To become a sponsor, please contact Ann Carstensen, Vice President of Marketing and Development, at ann.carstensen@lgcchicago.org.

To purchase a table, visit: http://www.pjhchicago.com/event/lgc or call 312.553.2000.

Parking options at this location:

  • Garage parking $57.00
  • Valet parking $71.00
  • Self-Parking Pay stations available
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Leadership Greater Chicago
111 East Wacker Drive
Suite 1220
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 565-0300

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Leadership Greater Chicago is the region’s premier convener, connector and mobilizer of bold leaders, building capacity across the private, nonprofit and public sectors to affect transformative civic impact in Greater Chicago.