Chicago Social Impact Leaders Awards Luncheon 2019

When: Thursday, March 7, 2019, 11:30am – 1:30pm
Where: Maggiano’s Ballroom, 111 W. Grand Ave, Chicago
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will present its 2nd annual Celebration of Chicago’s Social Impact Leaders Award luncheon and fundraiser on Thursday, March 7, 2019, as part of our year-long celebration of our 40th anniversary. The event will take place at Maggiano’s Ballroom, 111 W. Grand Ave, Chicago, to recognize the outstanding work happening in the Chicago community by mental health professionals and passionate advocates. The reception will begin at 11:30 am followed by the lunch and awards program from 12:00 pm -1:30 pm. As a non-profit institution, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will dedicate all proceeds of the luncheon to scholarships for continuing students on the Chicago Campus and The Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education.
Last year, our founders Marilyn and Larry Cohen were honorees at the 1st Chicago’s Social Impact Leaders Award Luncheon. This year’s honorees include Dan Bigg,  (posthumously honored), co-founder and Director of the Chicago Recovery Alliance, Armand Cerbone, Ph.D., a leader in comprehensive psychological care, advocate and leader for mental health and LGBTQ issues, and Captain Jeffrey A. Coady (TCSPP Alumni – Class of 1999) SAMHSA Regional Administrator, Region 5, whose strategic leadership reduces the impact of mental illness and substance use disorder in Chicago and in America’s communities. Jay Styles, host of SHE’s 100.3 afternoon radio program and passionate advocate for mental health awareness, will be the emcee.
You can support the event and The Chicago School by purchasing individual tickets, becoming a sponsor, or by making a donation. Sponsorship levels range from $150 to $20,000 and include tickets to the event. Thank you to all who registered. This is a great opportunity to hear about The Chicago School’s impact in the Chicago community and help celebrate the honoree’s outstanding accomplishments!
Feel free to email Sandy Wolfrum;, with any questions.