Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

The CSR Committee helps businesses harness the power of social responsibility in order to promote a thriving local economy, environment, and community.
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Bill Dawe

City of Naperville

Jeremy Gudauskas

Mission Impact
Committee Chair

Tracy Leddy

Prosperity Home Mortgage

Ben Mjolsness

City of Naperville

David Scriven-Young

Peckar & Abramson, P.C.

I am a lawyer at Peckar & Abramson, P.C., a Chambers & Partners USA recognized firm, where I litigate business, construction, and environmental disputes.  I typically help businesses that have been sued or damaged in some way. I also represent companies that are being targeted by government agencies for enforcement or that need to navigate a regulatory scheme. My clients appreciate that I start by asking them what their specific goal is for litigation. Then, I collaborate with them and construct solutions to their specific problem that align with their goals. My solutions are creative and fit within my clients’ budgets.  Before joining the firm, I was a lawyer at Jenner & Block and McDermott Will & Emery.


I am also a podcaster, social media guru, blogger, speaker, mentor, and politician.  As the host of the Litigation Radio podcast, I interview the country’s top litigators and judges to discover best practices in developing careers, winning cases, getting more clients, and building a sustainable practice. With almost 20 years of experience, I am passionate about sharing historically-correct knowledge and resources in an inspiring and entertaining format to help others meet and exceed goals and standards in every area of their lives.


I can be contacted by phone at (312) 881-6309 (office) or (305) 495-9782 (cell phone) or by email at dscriven-young@pecklaw.com.


Concentrations: Civil litigation, business & commercial disputes, environmental law, construction law, and employment law

Tiye Sherrod

Tiye Sherrod

David Surina

Nicor Gas

Brett Weiss

Weiss Scholarship Foundation

After spending 18 years as a high school social studies teacher and 25 years in the software business. Brett started the Weiss Scholarship Foundation. The goal is to end poverty by creating a world where every child gets a great education.

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