The Wharton Club of Chicago in conjunction with the Harvard Business School Club of Chicago invites you to hear David Hiller, CEO of the McCormick Foundation and former publisher of The Chicago Tribune
Civic Participation in the Era of Fake News
David Hiller is President and CEO of the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, one of the nation’s largest philanthropic foundations. The McCormick Foundation’s mission is to foster communities of educated, informed, and engaged citizens. Through grant-making programs and the gardens and museums at Cantigny Park, the Foundation helps strengthen families and communities in Chicagoland and Illinois.
Previously, David spent 20 years in the news business with Tribune Company, including as Publisher of the Los Angeles Times and, before that, Publisher of the Chicago Tribune.
Prior to Tribune, David was a partner with the Chicago law firm of Sidley & Austin. Before that, he served two years at the U. S. Department of Justice as Special Assistant to Attorney General William French Smith and as Associate Deputy Attorney General. During 1979 and 1980, Hiller was a law clerk to United States Court of Appeals Judge Malcolm Wilkey and Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart.
A native of the Chicago area, David graduated from Maine Township High School, Harvard College, and Harvard Law School. He is an Eagle Scout.
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EVENT DETAILS (ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED):
DATE: Thursday, November 8, 2018
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, November 7 at noon.
- 5:30 pm Wine & Cheese Reception
- 6:00 pm Presentation
LOCATION: Mayer Brown LLP, 71 South Wacker Drive, 32nd Floor - Townhall B, Chicago, IL 60606
Wharton Club members and their guests: $25/person
CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellations must be received two (2) business days BEFORE the event or the attendee who made the reservation may not receive a refund, regardless of participation, due to costs associated with the reservation.