Getting Big Things Done
The Getting Big Things Done virtual conversation series brings to life how we strive to achieve our mission through cross-sector collaboration with institutional leaders. Through in-depth discussions with Civic Consulting Alliance clients across the public, private, and social impact sectors, you will learn about how we work to build an equitable Chicago region.
Getting Big Things Done: How Do Healthcare Providers Build an Equitable Chicago?
Getting Big Things Done: How Does Racial Healing and Transformation Build an Equitable Chicago?
Getting Big Things Done: How Do Trauma-Informed Safety Approaches Build an Equitable Chicago?
Civic Consulting Alliance's Impact
Our work helps improve the region of everyone. The following clips demonstrate different aspects of the impact that we have.
Leadership Greater Chicago's Civic Catalyst Award
At its April 2021 benefit - Celebrate Leaders! The Catalyst Sessions: An Evening of Stories with Impact - Leadership Greater Chicago (LGC) honored Civic Consulting Alliance with its Civic Catalyst award, which spotlights those whose social innovations and actions transform the quality of life of our citizens and our community. LGC highlights our model and impact in this video, which features our work to stand up West Side United.
Chicago Social Determinants of Health
The American Heart Association spotlights the work of West Side United, formerly the West Side Total Health Collaborative, in addressing the social determinants that contribute to health disparities. Civic Consulting has supported multiple components of this work since 2016.
West Side United Spotlight
Rush University Medical Center spotlights its work to revitalize West Side communities through an internal anchor mission and West Side United. Civic Consulting has been a partner in this work since 2016.
Penny Pritzker Visionary Award
CEO Brian Fabes receives the Penny Pritzker Visionary Award from Skills for Chicagoland's Future on October 6th, 2017.
"Pro Bono: For the Good"
How our model demonstrates the impact our clients and partners make in the region
CEO of CCHHS Thanks CCA
At the City Club of Chicago, Dr. Ramanathan Raju, former CEO of Cook County Health and Hospitals System, thanks the business community
Accenture and Civic Consulting Alliance: The City, Strategy, and Workforce that Work
Highlights the accomplishments of partnership, including developing a job readiness program for the City Colleges of Chicago
Mayoral Breakfast, January 2011
Mayor Richard M. Daley addresses Civic Consulting Alliance board on what the 22 years of partnership meant for him and for the city
The Civic Consulting Experience
In the videos below, current and former Civic Consulting Alliance staff discuss how our model works and its impact, on the region and on themselves.