Community Events

Events on this page are hosted by organizations who share our mission to support leaders and their organizations to accelerate the shift to Conscious Capitalism throughout Chicagoland and the Midwest.


Join us for Understanding and Addressing the Epidemic of Inequities, a webinar analyzing the disparate impact of COVID-19 in Chicago’s black community and then exploring the role of all sectors in Chicago in addressing this epidemic.

We will open with a presentation of the Chicago Urban League’s incisive report, which details the structural inequities that have led blacks to be more likely to get and die from the virus. We will then speak with executives from the private, government, and social sectors to discuss the role of each in ensuring more equitable futures.

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Taking Action, Accelerating Positive Change in Chicago

Date: Monday, June 15, 2020 
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. CDT
Location: Zoom (link provided with registration


Jahmal Cole
CEO & Founder
MyBlock MyHood MyCity


Margaret Mueller
President and CEO
The Executives' Club of Chicago

George Floyd’s murder has sparked nationwide protests and unrest, as frustration with years of systemic racism, inequality and injustice overflowed into our nation’s streets. In line with our commitment to use our platform to convene the city’s changemakers, Executives’ Club CEO Margaret Mueller will engage in conversation with Jahmal Cole, who founded My Block My Hood My City (MBMHMC) in 2014. A Crain’s 40 Under 40 honoree in 2019, Cole is a champion of social justice whose organization serves teens from low-income neighborhoods and exposes them to education and volunteer opportunities that serve Chicago communities year-round. Just last week, MBMHMC launched a fund to help Chicago small businesses impacted by widespread destruction, and throughout the pandemic has provided local seniors with vital supplies such as food, hand sanitizer and toiletries along with wellness checks.

Join us for an important conversation at 10:00 a.m., June 15th about how we as leaders can take positive action and support grassroots organizations in our own backyard to improve our city, and lay a foundation for the next generation.

This is a complimentary event. Register Here