Powerful Corporate Philanthropists: Mesirow’s Ellie Forman
Some of the most powerful names on Chicago’s philanthropic scene hail from the corporate world. Not only are these men and women stewards of millions of company dollars earmarked for philanthropy, but they are generally the guardians of their company
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