Patrick F. Daly

Founder at The Daly Group LLC

Patrick F. Daly

Patrick F. Daly

Founder at The Daly Group LLC

Career Highlights

The Daly Group LLC

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Co-Founder at PrivateBancorp, Inc.

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Former Vice President for Corporate Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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President at Chicago Historical Society

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Vice Chair at Erikson Institute

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Navy Pier, Inc.

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Former Vice Chairman at United Service Organizations of Illinois, Inc.

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Executive Vice President at Chicago Blackhawks

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Director at United Service Organizations of Illinois, Inc.

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September 8, 2014
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Patrick F. Daly
Founder at The Daly Group LLC
Bachelor in Arts in Architectural History

UIC is a major research university offering the cultural, business and entertainment opportunities you can only find in a world-class city. As one of the top 200 research-funded institutions in the world, UIC faculty discover the things that others teach. Choose from 15 academic colleges including the UIC College of Medicine-the largest in the nation-which educates one in six Illinois physicians. With nearly 2,574 instructional faculty members, there is one faculty member to every 11 students, which allows for a more personal learning experience. What's more, 75 percent of tenured faculty members teach undergraduate courses and 83 percent of full-time instructional faculty have earned a PhD or equivalent. But it's not all work and no play at UIC... Our 16,911 undergrads and 10,669 graduate and professional students make up one of the most diverse student bodies in the United States. Whether living in residence halls, near campus or commuting, you'll find there's always something interesting going on, from social events, clubs, sororities and fraternities, to two state-of-the-art fitness centers, and more-not to mention everything Chicago has to offer just minutes away. And at UIC, we take our sports seriously. The UIC Flames compete in 18 NCAA Division 1 sports and have won a total of 38 conference championships. There's a wide range of intramural teams and sports clubs for students to join.

Career History
President, University of Illinois Alumni Association

The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign is a public research-intensive university in the U.S. state of Illinois. It is the flagship campus of the University of Illinois system. The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign is the second oldest public university in the state (after Illinois State University), and is a founding member of the Big Ten Conference. It is considered a Public Ivy and is a member of the Association of American Universities.

Vice Chairman

The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) is a municipal corporation created by the Illinois General Assembly. Its Board of Directors is appointed by the Governor of Illinois and the Mayor of Chicago. The Chairman is selected by the MPEA Board. The MPEA's mission is to attract trade shows, conventions, meetings, expositions and public events to the City of Chicago, and in the process, strengthen the economy of the area.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
2005 - 2010

Founded in 1991, The Private Bank & Trust Co. is commercial and personal banking and trust company located in Chicago, Illinois. They are a subsidiary of PrivateBancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: PVTB). The Private Bank & Trust Co. provides trust, investment and wealth management for high net-worth individuals.

Member, Board of Directors
2004 - 2010

At PrivateBancorp, Inc. we have a simple vision: to be the bank of choice for middle market commercial and commercial real estate companies, as well as business owners, executives, entrepreneurs and families in all of the communities we serve. Our mission is to provide our clients a comprehensive suite of personal and commercial banking, treasury management, investment products, capital markets, private banking and wealth management services delivered in the same way we always have – by building strong relationships with our clients. This allows our experienced professionals to be thoughtful, creative and responsive in meeting your needs. We were founded by an entrepreneurial banker in 1989 and that entrepreneurial spirit continues throughout our company today, giving us the flexibility and the power to deliver for you. Geographic Scope We have 35 strategically located offices in 10 states serving the greater Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St. Louis metropolitan areas. Our People Our unique staffing model is a meaningful competitive advantage for us. We employ resourceful, highly experienced Managing Directors with unique levels of expertise and provide an environment where empowerment, collaboration, flexibility, responsiveness and positive can-do attitudes can flourish

Member, Board of Directors
2000 - 2009
Chairman, Board of Managers
Member, Board of Trustees

The Chicago Historical Society is a privately endowed, independent institution devoted to collecting, interpreting, and presenting the rich multicultural history of Chicago and Illinois, as well as selected areas of American history, to the public through exhibitions, programs, research collections, and publications.

Prior - 2020

Navy Pier, a not-for-profit corporation established in 2011 to maintain Navy Pier as a historic public landmark and oversee its redevelopment. NPI’s primary function is to further Navy Pier’s mission to be a world-class public place that celebrates and showcases the vitality of Chicago and provides for the enjoyment of Chicago-area residents and visitors year-round. Navy Pier will forever be an eclectic mix of public, cultural, educational, recreational, retail, dining, entertainment and other compatible uses attracting a broad range of visitors and managed within a business framework that provides for its long-term financial sustainability.

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The Chicago History Museum (CHM) is the city’s oldest cultural institution. Founded in 1856 and incorporated in 1857 by an act of the state legislature, the Chicago Historical Society and its collection grew and opened its first building at the corner of Dearborn and Ontario Streets. That building and the most of the collection, however, burned during the Great Fire of 1871. After three years and a second fire that destroyed most of the remaining collection, the Society renewed its operations. Occupying temporary buildings on the same site until 1896, the organization built a massive stone edifice designed by Henry Ives Cobb, which housed the Gilpin Library and exhibition spaces. In 1920, the Society purchased thousands of manuscripts and hundreds of paintings and historical artifacts from the estate of Charles F. Gunther, including the bed on which Abraham Lincoln died and George Washington’s compass. In the late 1920s, the trustees began planning a new $1 million museum to house its growing collection and to celebrate the city’s centennial. Designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, the Georgian colonial building opened in 1932 in Lincoln Park at Clark Street at North Avenue. That building, with various additions, renovations, and improvements, has served as the organization's home ever since. In 1972, the Society unveiled a modern limestone addition by Alfred Shaw and Associates. In 1988, Holabird and Root "wrapped" the limestone addition in a red brick modern adaptation of the 1932 building and added underground storage and new gallery spaces. In February 2006, the Chicago Historical Society announced its new name: The Chicago History Museum. After renovating approximately 75 percent of its public space, the Museum now features a dramatic new lobby as well as new galleries and exhibitions and a redesigned Museum Store.

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Political Donations

Partner at Sidley Austin LLP


Partner at Sidley Austin LLP


Former Representative from Illinois's 10th Congressional District

Awards & Honors
Chicago Area Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame
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