Chicago at a Crossroads: Accountability in Public Safety and Gun Violence
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the next event in its Chicago at a Crossroads series, a luncheon and conversation on public safety accountability and gun violence on Monday, October 17 at 11:30 a.m. CST.
The Chamber will feature a dynamic panel discussion on the state of crime in Chicago and recommendations on how the business community can use data to help address it, including:
- Arne Duncan, former Secretary of Education and Managing Partner of Chicago CRED
- Walter Katz, Vice President of Criminal Justice at Arnold Ventures
- Brad Martens, Managing Director and Senior Partner of Boston Consulting Group
- Moderated by Wendy DuBoe, Chair of the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago
Chicago at a Crossroads is a dynamic executive forum that features insights about major policy decisions and topics that are of the utmost importance for a strong and equitable Chicago economy. Join the Chamber as we explore some of most pressing issues facing our city and offer actionable policy recommendations to grow the economy and improve the quality of life for every member of the Chicagoland community.
Managing Partner | Chicago CRED
Vice President of Criminal Justice | Arnold Ventures
Managing Director and Senior Partner Chicago | BCG
Chair | Institute for Nonviolence
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