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Chicago
June 5, 2024 — 5:30pm - 10:00pm

The Ivy Room, 12 E Ohio St #100, Chicago, IL 60611

Chicago Revolving Tables

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Revolving Tables is a one-of-a-kind young professional networking event, hosted by the Israel Cancer Research Fund’s Visions Young Leadership Board of Chicago. The evening raises awareness and funds for ICRF, while providing an opportunity for networking, professional growth and social exchange.

How the event works:

Revolving Tables brings 20 top Chicago executives together – we call them “mentors” – to provide a special networking opportunity for 150+ young professionals. Attendees will “revolve” tables at a three-course meal, networking with a different mentor and other young professionals during each course. The mentors will lead the discussion at each table, sharing insights from his or her successful career.

When registering for the event, attendees will rank their top choices for which mentors they would like to be seated with, and table assignments will be given upon arrival at the event.

Event Schedule:

  • 5:30 PM – Cocktail Reception
  • 6:30 PM – Short program and dinner
  • 9:15 PM – Additional cocktails and networking

Sponsorship Opportunities

Click the button below or download a print version to learn more about our available sponsorships.


Highlights from Revolving Tables 2023

Tickets

Registration opens April 1, 2024.

Choose Your Mentors

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Chicago Vision Board

Chair

Samantha Barron

Vice Chair

Amy Levin

Past President

Katie Intrater

Sponsorships Chair

Alex Garvin

Revolving Tables Co-Chairs

Rachel Bikshorn
Jordan Sheiner

Board Members

Jamie Barron
Andrew Berger
Ryan Blum
Ben Bluman
Janie Bock
Michael Brook
Josh Epstein
Nicole Erlach
Charlie Ezgur
Melissa Fradkin
Julie Gelfand
Ben Ginsburg
Brad Hemmer
Zack Karmin
Daniel Kraus
Sarah Patel
Scott Polisky
Haylee Schwartz
Scott Schwartz
Jon Silvers
Steve Steinberg
Ashley Vogel

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