Interested in taking your career in development to the next level? The Development Leadership Consortium is proud to announce that applications for the 2014-2015 Annual and Management Fellows are now available. Learn more about the Annual Fellows here, and the Management Fellows here. We look forward to your applications — the deadline is June 1!
We invite interested candidates to attend an Open House on Thursday, May 1, 2014, from 6:30-7:30 PM at the Feinberg School of Medicine. It will be an informal opportunity to learn more about the program and to meet program facilitator, Tom Wick. To RSVP for the May 1st Open House, please contact Kristin Pollock at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kindly respond by April 25.
As a development officer, it is important to your professional success to build credibility and rapport with the finance team at your institution – demonstrating basic knowledge of the interplay between these two worlds, and being able to “talk the talk” at a very high level.
Clare Golla, Vice President with Bernstein Global Wealth Management, will present “Position Yourself for Long-Term Success: Filling the Sustainability Gap with Fundraising.” Clare has also worked in development, and understands our role as well as that of our CFOs. Come explore ways to better integrate and align your fundraising goals with those of the finance team you work with every day.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
5:30pm: Reception and Connections (Wine, beer, soft drinks and light appetizers)
6:45pm – 7:30pm: More informal conversation
Two North Riverside Plaza, 24th Floor (Madison and Canal Streets)
Please select from the following tickets (Tickets will also be available at the door):
Ter Molen Watkins & Brandt, LLC
Official Sponsors of the DLC
Today nearly 200 development officers from across the city braved the rain and visited the the John G. Shedd Aquarium for this year’s DLC Philanthropy Forecast, The Next Generation of Philanthropy. DLC Management Fellows Program Facilitator and chief advancement officer for the Urban Education Institute at University of Chicago Tom Wick moderated a discussion about the evolving culture of philanthropy with special guests, Liz Lefkofsky, director of the Lefkofsky Family Foundation and Chuck Lewis, chairman of the Lewis-Sebring Family Foundation. Thank you for coming and enjoy pictures from the event below!
Tickets are selling fast to the DLC Philanthropy Forecast, if you haven’t already done so get yours from this webpage today! For those of you who have already bought your ticket and are making plans for the event, parking will be available in the Soldier Field north garage. For more information about getting to Shedd, please visit: www.sheddaquarium.org/getting_to_shedd.html.
Once you arrive, please enter via the South/Special Events entrance for registration. Day-of ticket purchase will be available.
– Non-Alum Ticket $35.00
– Alumni Ticket $25.00
Liz Lefkofsky: Liz is the Director of the Lefkofsky Family Foundation, a trust established in 2006 for the purpose of advancing high-impact programs, intiatives and research that enhance the quality of human life in the communities we serve. Ms. Lefkofsky is also the founder of the Lollipop Gang, an organization that teaches children the value of philanthropy. In addition, Ms. Lefkofsky is the Managing Director of Orange Media, LLC, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused on investments in the technology sector. Prior to Orange Media, Ms. Lefkofsky worked for a variety of non-profit organizations including gallery 37, The near South Planning Board/Printers Row Book Fair and the American Brain Tumor Association. M.s Lefkofsky is currently on the board of several organizations including the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Teach for America Chicago, Young Woman’s Leadership Charter School, Ravinia and Human Rights Watch.