LGM Alumni Association’s Lunch with a Leader series provides information to LGM Alumni and assists them in staying Informed, Engaged and Involved.
Please come and bring guests!
Topic: Philanthropy in the Community
Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2011
R.S.V.P. By: Date March 16th
Time: 11:30-1:30 (including networking, luncheon, speaker, Q&A)
Location: The Madison Club, 5 East Wilson St, Madison, WI 53703
Speakers: We are thrilled to present TWO speakers this time!
Come see fellow LGM Alumni Tom Linfield and Steve Goldberg talk about the impact of philanthropy in the community. These leaders have deep knowledge about the rich array of projects and initiatives that benefit our community.
Steve Goldberg (LGM 11) is Executive Director of the CUNA Mutual Group Foundation, in Madison, Wisconsin, and has been with the CUNA Mutual organization since 1968. A lifelong Madisonian, Steve is a 1972 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, where he was also an Evans Scholar.
His community service has included terms on the boards of United Way of Dane County, Family Service, the Dane County Community Action Commission, Dane County Social Planning Agency, Summit Credit Union and the Madison Repertory Theatre. He has also served on the boards of the CUNA Brokerage Service and the Insurance Consumer Affairs Exchange as well as many more chair positions. He is also active in the Rotary Club of Madison and is founder and past-president of the Madison Consumer Credit Counseling Service. He is a 2003 graduate of the Leadership Greater Madison program.
Tom Linfield (LGM 7) is the Vice President of Grantmaking and Community Initiatives at the Madison Community Foundation. In this role he coordinates the foundation’s competitive grantmaking throughout Dane County, facilitating over $1.5 million in awards each year. He also works with area leaders and nonprofit directors to explore and build viable community initiatives. Recent projects include a major library collections project, tripling the number of local community gardens, and building the capacity of the county’s food pantry network. Prior to joining the Madison Community Foundation, Tom was Training and Grants Director for the National Center for Outreach, Grants Manager for Wisconsin Public Television, and Foundation and Government Relations Manager for Edgewood College. As a grantwriter he has raised over $15 million in grants for education, arts and community projects. Tom is a graduate of Brandeis University. He was a m! ember of LGM 7 and served seven years on the LGM Alumni Association Board, co-chairing the education committee. He is a practicing fine artist, exhibiting regularly in the Madison area, and just completed four years as chair of the Board of Madison Area Open Arts Studios.
If you are interested in attending, please contact The Madison Club at 255-4861. Your payment will be processed at the luncheon. The Madison Club accepts cash, checks and credit cards.
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