You are cordially invited to join the Yale School of Management Alumni Association and The Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law for 2014's first Q. The event will be held on March 20th from 6-8 pm and is generously being hosted by Holland and Knight (131 S Dearborn Street, 30th Floor). The Yale SOM Quarterly Symposium series focuses on addressing critical civic questions from a uniquely Yale and SOM perspective. The facilitated discussion includes invited experts who bring real world experience working on these topics. The discussions have drawn between 50 and 75 individuals from across the Yale and Chicago communities, and have led to spirited debate and engaging conversation. Our experts for this discussion include: --Roseanna Ander, Executive Director, University of Chicago Crime Lab --Evelyn Diaz, Commissioner, City of Chicago Department of Children and Family Services --Nina Vinik, Program Director for the Gun Violence Prevention Program, Joyce Foundation The Q5 event will focus on violence prevention in greater Chicago - examining the ways that key stakeholders can work together to address this important issue. We will be bringing in leaders from the public and non-profit sectors who have both a national as well as a local perspective on effective strategies to address this vital topic for the future of our city. As always, we will use a modified business case process which endeavors to determine a strategic path forward for leaders with key decisions to make. Please come ready to participate in what will be an active and engaging conversation.
ContactJosh Milberg email@example.com
Location131 S Dearborn Street Chicago, Illinois