Cedric Thurman

Former Senior Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle

Cedric Thurman

Cedric Thurman

Former Senior Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle

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529

Number of Boards

3

Relationships
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President & Chief Executive Officer at Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago

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Treasurer & Director at UCAN - Uhlich Children's Advantage Network

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Director at UCAN - Uhlich Children's Advantage Network

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Director, MS Tax Program at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Gies College of Business

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President & Chief Executive Officer, CIBC Bank USA at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

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Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary to Belgium at United States Department of State

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Former Executive Vice President at BMO Bankcorp, Inc.

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Co-Founder at Madison Dearborn Partners LLC

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Director, Retirement Research Center at National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

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Former President & Chairman at Keller Group, Inc.

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Cedric Thurman
Former Senior Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle
Career History
Senior Vice President
Prior

Jones Lang LaSalle is a financial and professional services firm specializing in commercial real estate services and investment management. Our more than 40,000 people in 1,000 locations in 70 countries serve the local, regional and global real estate needs of those clients, growing our company in the process. In response to changing client expectations and market conditions, we assemble teams of experts who deliver integrated commercial real estate services built on insight and foresight, sound market research and relevant knowledge. We attract, develop and reward the best, and most diverse, people in our industry, challenging them to develop enduring client relationships built on quality service, collaboration and trust.

Boards & Committees
Vice Chairman
Current

Uhlich Children's Advantage Network provides healthcare services. Its programs include preventing violence, healing trauma, building strong families, and educating and empowering youth. The company was founded in 1869 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

Member, Dean's Business Council
Current

The College of Business is the business school at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It offers programs in accountancy, business administration, and finance. The undergraduate and graduate accounting programs are regularly ranked as the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The College of Business as a whole is ranked 12th in the same rankings, as of 2012. The accounting programs also consistently rank within the top five of the Public Accounting Report. The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked the Department of Finance third in faculty scholarly research productivity.

Trustee
Prior

Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry operates as a museum. It conduct exhibitions in the fields of science, technology, engineering and medicine. The company was founded in 1893 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$1,000 - $2,499
2016

Uhlich Children's Advantage Network provides healthcare services. Its programs include preventing violence, healing trauma, building strong families, and educating and empowering youth. The company was founded in 1869 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

$250 - $499
2014

Leadership Greater Chicago (LGC) is a nonprofit civic leadership organization founded in 1983 that has more than 900 alumni today. Approximately 35 individuals from diverse backgrounds participate in the Fellows Program annually, representing business, civic, nonprofit and government sectors. The Fellows Program provides a foundation for a lifelong commitment to civic engagement by creating awareness of key issues facing the Chicago region and challenges leaders to bring about positive change in the community.

$2,500 - $4,999
2013

Established in 1935, the University of Illinois Foundation is an independent Illinois not-for-profit membership corporation registered with the state of Illinois. Its corporate mission is to advance the interests and welfare of the University. As stated in its Articles of Incorporation, the role of the University of Illinois Foundation is procuring private support on behalf of the University. The Foundation functions as the independent official fundraising and private gift-receiving agency for the University of Illinois. The Foundation works hand-in-hand with the President of the University of Illinois and the Chancellor for each campus to identify strategic private support priorities, create suitable fundraising strategies and tactics and then implement and evaluate appropriate development programs. The Foundation operates through a professional staff under the direction of the President who is appointed by the UIF Board of Directors. Together, the President and the UIF Board provide leadership and direction to guide the Foundation’s activities. Each campus also has its own development or advancement office, whose overall efforts are directed by a designated chief leadership officer. This individual acts as the principal fundraising officer for the specific campus represented; they have a dual reporting relationship, heading both the campus office of development or advancement and acting as a Vice President of the Foundation, so they act as a liaison between the Foundation and the specific campus that they serve. Development professionals throughout the University community represent donors during the giving process and serve as stewards of their generosity. In its role of developing private gifts, the Foundation leads the effort to plan and mount special fundraising initiatives, as well as annual giving programs and major capital campaigns, working in collaboration with a network of University development professionals. The Foundation provides wide-ranging leadership and assistance to each campus relative to fundraising responsibilities that require specialized subject matter expertise, including areas such as campaign planning and deployment, donor relations, annual giving, gift planning, trust services and events management. Foundation personnel also have extensive expertise in matters of taxation, investments, estate planning and financial management, especially as they relate to the benefits associated with charitable giving. Foundation professionals also assist donors and their advisers in structuring tax-sensitive gifts through the gift planning and trust services office, so that donors are in a better position to make informed decisions about their charitable giving. The emphasis is on accommodating a donor’s personal and family priorities while permitting them to provide support to the University of Illinois.

Political Donations
$250
2010

Senior Director at The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. (Wealth Management)

$250
2009

Senior Director at The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. (Wealth Management)