Tackling complex social and environmental problems doesn’t have to be a job. The Making Your Mark luncheon advises Chicago Booth students on how to think about their own philanthropy and develop a plan to support causes important to them.
The program addresses questions such as: How do you develop a charitable-giving strategy, no matter your age or wealth? What tools can you use to maximize your impact?
Past panels have featured Jim Perry, ’85, cofounder and managing director of Madison Dearborn Partners, and Mary Louise Gorno, ’76, managing director of Ingenuity International and a University of Chicago trustee.
Upcoming Making Your Mark events are listed on the Rustandy Center Events page.
“It’s independent of how much you’re making. It’s part of who you are and your belief system.”
—Mary Louise Gorno, ’76, Managing Director, Ingenuity International, and University of Chicago Trustee
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