Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Overview
Date Founded

1981

Headquarters

541 N FAIRBANKS COURT SUITE 800, CHICAGO, IL, 60611, USA

Charitable Causes

Hospitals & Health Centers

Company Description

Northwestern Memorial Foundation, the fundraising arm of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, raises funds that support the patient-centered mission and strategic goals of Northwestern Medicine. Through our work, we help Northwestern Medicine to provide the highest-quality health care in our communities, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.

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Executives & Employees

Assistant Secretary

Assistant Secretary

Director of Operations

Philanthropy Coordinator Annual Giving

Administrative Coordinator

Planned Giving Director

Philanthropy Coordinator Employee Campaign

Director, Operations & Events

Director of Finance

Board of Trustees

Former Vice President at The Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co.

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Investment Manager

Founded in 1978, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC is a private equity firm located in New York City. The firm is a subsidiary of Clayton Dubilier & Rice Holdings LP. Their investors include financial institutions, university endowments and corporate and public pension funds.

Investment Manager

Lime Rock Management invests growth capital primarily in two sectors of the energy industry: exploration & production and oilfield service. The firm seeks to make growth capital investments of $50 million to $150 million in portfolio companies with enterprise values up to $500 million. They also invest smaller amounts of capital in outstanding young technology companies on the brink of strong growth.Lime Rock Management invests growth equity in oil and gas producing companies with an established reserve base and start-up companies using growth capital to develop new resources. Their portfolio companies focus on niche focused global opportunities, such as developing overlooked areas of resource plays in North America or developing smaller fields in a mature basin.Lime Rock Management partners with oilfield service companies with differentiated growth strategies in attractive market niches. The firm invests with companies offering products and services to energy producers worldwide, often in products with a technological edge over the competition, as well as companies targeting fast growing regional markets. In addition, Lime Rock selectively invests in young oil service technology companies developing high-impact technologies that offer measurable improvement in oil and gas production and extraction.

Investment Manager

SII is an active, long-term manager which specializes in publicly traded non-US equity securities using a bottom-up value investment approach. The firm invests primarily in established markets. However, they may invest in emerging market securities and currencies. SII generally seeks to invest in a portfolio of equity securities that, in its opinion, possess fundamental value. They believe that securities with low market price to earnings, cash flow, asset value, sales ratios or dividends typically, but not necessarily, possess fundamental investment value. When allocating investments among geographic regions and individual countries, the prime determinant for the firm is the attraction of the individual security investments. Macroeconomic factors are considered as they affect individual companies. SII seeks to retain a reasonable diversification of investments across countries and industries and, will normally incur some exposure to foreign currencies.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2010
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$52.7M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
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