Steve Gradman, Elenne Song, and Jenni Sorenson join the Board of Trustees.
Board of Trustees
A trustee for 18 years, Collins most recently served as vice chair of the board and has a long history with Erikson.
Sandra Perez Sterling and Diane Goldstick Meagher recently became Erikson trustees.
Philanthropist Ashley Hemphill Netzky and attorney Clare M. Pinkert join the board of trustees.
Sarah Mangelsdorf of Northwestern University and Lianne Stein of The Boeing Company join Erikson’s board.
Saffold was an Erikson trustee from 2002 to his death in October, former chief financial officer for the City of Chicago, and long-time member of the Chicago Board of Education.
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The board of trustees welcomes new members and officers.
This summer, Erikson’s five-year fundraising campaign surpassed its $30 million goal.
On June 10, 2010, the Board of Trustees adopted a five-year plan that sets Erikson’s sights on addressing seven critical issues in early childhood.
Erikson could not have the impact it does on early childhood policy and practice without the support of the Institute’s generous donors.
Erikson trustee Cari Sacks discussed why Erikson’s work is so important in this issue of Michigan Avenue.
With a snip of giant scissors, Mayor Richard M. Daley and his wife, Maggie, ceremoniously opened our new campus at dedication ceremonies Oct. 16.