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  • Managing Your Nonprofit’s Capital and Operating Costs
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    By: Eric Sorensen, Managing Director and Brian Chernett, Senior Director Not-for-Profit Advisory Group Managing organizational expenses is vital to meeting a nonprofit’s mission. Every penny spent should support the important service you provide to the community. There are areas nonprofits should not cut corners, such as programming and finding the right team,... Read more »
  • Veterans’ Voices: U.S. Army Sergeant (P) Michelle Maguire
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    U.S. Army Sergeant (P) Michelle Maguire Cushman & Wakefield, Chicago During her career, the U.S. Military recognized Sergeant (P) Michelle Maguire for her leadership, service and valor with Army Commendation Medal (2), Army Achievement Medal (4), Good Conduct Medal (3), Army Service Ribbon.   PERSEVERANCE AS A FEMALE SOLDIER I joined the U.S. Army in... Read more »
  • Veterans’ Voices: Former Sergeant Jack McKinney
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    Former Sergeant Jack McKinney  Cushman & Wakefield, Chicago U.S. Marine Corps  Active Duty:  June 1968 – August 1970, PFC; 3rd Marine Air Wing/Communications & Electronics Battalion Active:  1968 – 1970 Reserves:  1970 – 1974 – Sergeant – 407 Communications, Regiment, Chicago, IL   PEOPLE WITH PURPOSE Upon graduation from college in 1968, and under duress from the draft... Read more »
  • Renew, Move, Invest?
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    By: Eric Sorensen, Managing Director and Brian Chernett, Senior Director Not-for-Profit Advisory Group As a nonprofit organization, choosing a new home has a different set of considerations than those of a typical office tenant. Going far beyond site selection and rental rates, the decision should strengthen the organization’s value to constituents, support... Read more »
  • Tech Cities 2.0: Top 25 Tech Cities – Chicago
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    By: Daniel Schack, Analyst, Chicago Research Once a major hub for hard goods, Chicago has adapted to software manufacturing, establishing itself as one of the major tech cities in the country. Chicago boasts an educated and young workforce—more than one-third of Chicago’s millennial population have bachelor’s degrees, and, with two of... Read more »
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