Morning Slide

Thursday, June 2, 2022
11:30am–1:30pm
Marriott Marquis | Chicago, IL

The United Way of Metro Chicago team thanks all who attended and supported our 2022 Stronger Neighborhoods Awards Luncheon. We’re honored to work alongside dedicated leaders like John Rogers, ITW, our Neighborhood Network partners, and YOU!

Building stronger neighborhoods and creating communities where all families can flourish is the pathway to a stronger Chicago region. Working together, we can create thriving neighborhoods for all individuals and families. Thank you for your commitment to being part of that change.

For questions about supporting or attending next year’s luncheon, please contact donorhelp@liveunitedchicago.org

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Thank you to our generous sponsors who make this event possible.

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As of June 2, 2022

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A Chicago native, Emmy has always been inspired by her hometown city’s unique blend of style, story, and character, which has served as a backdrop and canvas throughout much of her creative career.

Emmy kickstarted her career with a BFA in visual communications from the Illinois Institute of Art, later parlaying it into a creative position in advertising at one of Chicago’s marquee agencies. There she earned her commercial stripes in branding and packaging before breaking away to pursue work as an independent artist. She’s since spent the past decade adorning public spaces across Chicago and beyond while continuing to nurture her studio practice.

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A Chicago native, Emmy has always been inspired by her hometown city’s unique blend of style, story, and character, which has served as a backdrop and canvas throughout much of her creative career.

Emmy kickstarted her career with a BFA in visual communications from the Illinois Institute of Art, later parlaying it into a creative position in advertising at one of Chicago’s marquee agencies. There she earned her commercial stripes in branding and packaging before breaking away to pursue work as an independent artist. She’s since spent the past decade adorning public spaces across Chicago and beyond while continuing to nurture her studio practice. And with current work that includes everything from illustration, lettering, and canvas work to branding, packaging, and murals, she continues to evolve both her mediums and methods.

United, we are building a stronger, more equitable Chicago region.