Annual Dinner & Meeting Highlights

By | November 10, 2017

We are thankful for the scientists, authors, policymakers, board leaders, donors, and concerned citizens of the growing Bulletin community.

Special thanks to our 2017 Dinner Speakers

The Bulletin’s 2017 Annual Dinner featured New Media artist Ellen Sandor, founder and director of (art)n; keynote speaker David Sanger, national security correspondent at The New York Times; former Secretary of Defense William Perry; Daniel Diermeier, Provost of the University of Chicago; and Bulletin president and CEO Rachel Bronson.

We thank our Annual Dinner and Meeting Sponsors and Guests
for their part in making our November 6 event at the University Club of Chicago an outstanding success.

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Holthues Trust
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Reed Smith LLP

The Libra Foundation
Magellan Corporation
William and Eleanor Revelle
Sisyphus Supporting Foundation
The University of Chicago
The University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy

The Crown Family
The Dudley T. Dougherty Foundation, Mary Patricia Dougherty and Frances Tarlton “Sissy” Farenthold
Lee Francis and Michelle Gittler
Mark and Nancy Ratner

Marjorie Craig Benton
Evelyn and Richard Bronson
Steve Fadem and Laurie Baskin/
Lew Watts and Roxanne Decyk
Austin Hirsch and Beth Gomberg-Hirsch/
Lowell Sachnoff and Fay Clayton
Phil Kurschner and Lisa Gobbi
Debra Petrides Lyons
Outrider Foundation
Steve Ramsey and Ann Jones
Judith and John Reppy
Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Foundation

Daniel Casey and Dolores Connolly
Kendal and Ken Gladish
Wintrust Commercial Banking

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