What do Humana, the Golden Apple Foundation, Magellan Development, DePaul University, HR Green Engineering, the Parking Industry Labor Management Council, and Erie Neighborhood House have in common?
They are among the more than 200 clients who have turned to Conlon & Dunn for expert, pragmatic advice on raising their profile, expanding their reach, increasing their revenue, supporting their growth and increasing their organization’s effectiveness.
Now in its third decade as a trusted advisor to businesses, non-profits, civic groups, political campaigns and coalitions, Conlon & Dunn helps clients build complex partnerships, develop their programs and strategies, use new engagement tools, and launch highly effective government relations initiatives.
Conlon & Dunn has assisted a wide range range of business and nonprofit organizations generate broad support for their objectives, aligning their interests interests with those of the public, decision-makers, and funders. Through innovative profile-raising opportunities, we help clients leverage resources to create awareness and financial support for their work.
In January 2020, Conlon & Dunn’s Kevin Conlon was appointed to the board of directors for the National Public Housing Museum (NPHM). Based in Chicago, the NPHM is the only cultural institution devoted to telling the story of public housing in the United States. . .Read More
This year’s University of Chicago “Taking the Next Step” program will feature Conlon & Dunn’s own Linda Shapiro on an alumni-led healthcare panel. “Taking the Next Step” is a full day, conference-style career exploration and networking event featuring UChicago alumni. The event enables students to explore post-graduation options . . .Read More
This September, Conlon & Dunn President Kevin Conlon was appointed to the board of directors for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation. Having admired the great work of the Lincoln Library and Museum for years, Kevin is honored to join fellow board members and officers in advancing the Foundation’s mission . . .Read More