This monthly series, limited seating, in-person event, highlights one local Community Leader/Influencer in a casual, friendly, sit-down atmosphere. Held in a private room at Sullivan's Steakhouse, both NACC and community members are given the opportunity to interact and ask questions to those that Naperville owes its past and present to, and during this lunch, perhaps share ideas on its future as well.
This month's event will be hosted by Adrian Aldrich, Assistant Vice-President Institutional Advancement This is a face-to-face meeting opportunity and is limited to 15 guests per event - so, be sure to register early!
A member of the North Central College Class of 2002, Adrian is the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement and is serving his 17th year at the College. He collaborates with College leadership to advance the institution through a variety of fundraising and engagement initiatives and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the $150 million Brilliant Future Campaign, which is currently underway and approaching 90% of the campaign goal.
Over the years, Adrian has volunteered with the North Central College Alumni Board, the Naperville Jaycees, served on the St. Scholastica Parish School Board in Woodridge (IL), and is currently serving a second term on the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors where he is chair-elect and works closely with current chair, Christina Caton Kitchel, on setting the strategic vision for the Chamber Board.
Having worked for more than 23 years on building meaningful relationships with the Naperville community, he is committed to the Chamber’s goal of moving business forward towards an engaged, thriving community by being your advocate and resource for our business community.
He met his wife, Jacqueline, during their time at North Central College and she is an attorney and co-owner of a boutique criminal and family law firm in Lombard, IL. They have two teenage children and live in Naperville.
Pre-registration is required.
No refunds or credits will be issued.