Chicago AFLSE Newsletter: Holiday Mixer with The IVY Plus Society and Winter Updates
This newsletter contains the following:
- Holiday Party Mixer with The Ivy Plus Society (TIPS)
- Updates on Link Community Development School Sponsorship and David Hale's latest book, "What's Next? Unconventional Wisdom on the Future of the World Economy"
Holiday Party: The Ivy Plus Society (TIPS) invites LSE alumni and friends to join other Ivy-type business school alums at their holiday event in Chicago at Proof Nightclub. TIPS hosts social networking events for young alumni from Ivy League and other similarly select academic institutions. TIPS has been hosting monthly events since 2006 and with the launch of its chapter in Chicago now has chapters in Chicago, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Seattle and San Francisco. For TIPS, “young alumni” generally means alums in their 20s, 30s and early 40’s. (www.ivyplussociety.org)
|Chicago: Holiday Mixer with The Ivy Plus Society
Tuesday, 12/13/11 at 10:00pm
The Ivy Plus Society (TIPS) invites LSE alumni and friends to join other Ivy-type business school alums at their holiday event in Chicago at Proof Nightclub.
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Updates: As a follow up to our January 2011 Speaker Event featuring David Hale and benefitting Link Community Development, in collaboration with Northwestern University, please enjoy the 2011 School Sponsorship Feedback Reports for the two schools in Ghana and Ethiopia that AFLSE Chicago co-sponsored this year (click here for the Link-Kuntanese doc and click here for the Link-Duleo-Hawora doc). 80% of the January fundraising went directly to Africa and was spent within the two schools' districts, on work which benefits the schools and their communities. 20% was used to find other sponsors and raise more funds for Link's work in Africa. Thank you to all who contributed.
In addition, David Hale's latest book, "What's Next? Unconventional Wisdom on the Future of the World Economy", is now available through Yale University Press. (http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=9780300170313)
For questions about the AFLSE Chicago chapter, please email Margo Rocklin, chapter leader, at: Chicago@aflse.org
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