Diane Saltoun

Member, Board of Trustees at The Latin School of Chicago

Diane Saltoun

Diane Saltoun

Member, Board of Trustees at The Latin School of Chicago

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President at Lycee Francais De Chicago, Inc.

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Trustee Liaison, Dean of Multicultural Affairs at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director, Officer, Member, Beneficial Owner, Chief Compliance Officer at High Pointe Capital Management LLC

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Former Teacher at Chicago Public Schools

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Former Marketing Director at Kraft Foods

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Senior Trustee at The Latin School of Chicago

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Infrastructure Finance Professional at University of Chicago - Booth School of Business

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Trustee at Lycee Francais De Chicago, Inc.

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Managing Partner at Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP

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Executive Vice President at Leo Burnett Co., Inc.

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Diane Saltoun
Member, Board of Trustees at The Latin School of Chicago
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Private school, serving pre-K through 12th grade students.

Member, Board of Trustees
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Latin School was formed in 1888 when a group of parents in Chicago enlisted Mabel Slade Vickery, a teacher from the East Coast to take charge of a new, parent-owned school. The first class consisted of 10 boys approximately 10 years old. The school was designed to provide students with a rigorous college-preparatory education in the classical tradition, with a curriculum that was heavily influenced by Classical studies and the study of the Greek and Latin languages, hence the name “Latin School."