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With a growing intersection of business, non-profit organizations, and local government agencies working with community activists and leaders, now more than ever, it is vital for all these entities to come together for strategic collaboration and dialogue for the future of Chicago.

The 77 Forum, named for the vibrant 77 neighborhoods that comprise our city, brings together leaders from diverse, yet intersected spaces, and provides a platform where ideas can translate into actionable change.

While those in both public and private sectors seek to strengthen the local economy in new ways, this Forum will be a space to begin important discussions, coordinate efforts, and work with community organizations to address the most pressing local issues.

Together, members of the 77 Forum will play a critical role in the economic recovery, and expansion of the city of Chicago.

Forum Sponsors

Just as Chicago is ever-evolving, so are conversations surrounding civic and community affairs affecting the 77 neighborhoods in the city. The 77 Forum looks forward to exploring:

  • Chicago focused infrastructure and what it means for the community
  • How local government entities and non-profit organizations are re-shaping the city
  • What public and private partnerships look like in the 21st century

Discussion around the civic affairs affecting our 77 neighborhoods brings together a multitude of diverse voices. Curious who will be in the room for these conversations?

  • Director of Community Affairs
  • Director of Government Affairs
  • Director of Partnerships and Strategic Initiatives
  • Director of Community Investments
  • Director of Neighborhood Initiatives & Development
  • Director of External Affairs
  • Leading Executive at a Non-Profit, Local Government, or Community Organization

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Want To Join This Forum?

Reach out to Justin Berkowitz, Forums and Content Manager.