Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Northwestern Memorial Foundation

Overview
Date Founded

1981

Headquarters

676 North Street Clair,Suite 2050,Chicago, IL 60611

Charitable Causes

Hospitals & Health Centers

Company Description

Northwestern Memorial Foundation is Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s predecessor institutions, Passavant Memorial and Wesley Memorial, trace their origins back to the Deaconess movement, spiritual communities of women who were dedicated to caring for the sick and needy. Like most 19th century hospitals, Passavant and Wesley were supported largely by gifts of time, talent and funding from generous donors. Today, the tradition of philanthropy continues as donors give to numerous patient care, research and community outreach programs at Northwestern Memorial. Through your generosity, you help us serve ever-growing numbers of patients who come from all over the world to receive the best in compassionate, individualized care.

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Executives & Employees

Assistant Secretary

Assistant Secretary

Director of Operations

Philanthropy Coordinator Annual Giving

Philanthropy Coordinator Employee Campaign

Administrative Coordinator

Philanthropy Director

Director, Operations & Events

Program Director Prospect Research

Board of Directors

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at BMO Harris Bank, NA

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Advisors & Consultants
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

Silchester is an active, long-only, value-driven manager which specializes in international equities. Their International Value Equity investment program utilizes a bottom-up approach to invest in small-, mid- and large-cap companies, aiming to maximize intrinsic value.The firm aims to invest in solid companies, rather than chasing attractive growth prospects. They calculate company value through conventional methods including P/E, yields, price-to-book value, cash flow and sales, and seek to acquire stocks of companies they believe to be fairly valued. They make investment decisions based on a combination of quantitative and qualitative considerations.Silchester typically owns a select number of investments with country and industry diversification. They analyze currency fundamentals and periodically undertake hedging transactions on a limited basis. They pick stocks based on financial soundness of the companies' balance sheet and cash flow and make international investments through commingled funds.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2010
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$52.7M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$25K
12/31/2012
$500K
2012
$5,000
12/31/2011