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The Future Leaders Program supports the Network's goal of inspiring the next generation of women leaders by providing outstanding sophomore and junior female college students, at TCN's partnering schools, the opportunity to explore career paths in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. In 2018, the Program served a total of 36 students (12 from each of our partner schools: University of Illinois at Chicago, Saint Xavier University and Dominican University).


2018 Future Leaders Class Photos


To view additional photos of the Program, click here!


Media Coverage





TCN's Future Leaders Program was highlighted in an article published by the University of Illinois at Chicago, one of TCN's partner universities. The article entitled, "The Power of Outside Perspective for Career Services," discussed how the partnership between TCN and UIC exemplifies an approach that other career services can embrace to garner outside perspectives on careers and higher education that meet the needs of today's students.

Thy Nguyen, Director of Career Services at University of Illinois at Chicago, and the UIC staff point of contact for the Future Leaders Program, wrote the article. To read more, click here!

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Program Highlights

TCN spoke with member Donna Thompson, CEO of Access Community Health Network, which served as a 2016 host company, about being a part of this initiative. We also spoke with one of our participating students, Alicia Dutkiewicz from St. Xavier University, about her experience as a TCN Future Leader. Read the Blog Featuring Access Community Health Network CEO Donna Thompson

We spoke with Mary Dillon, CEO, Ulta Beauty, about being a part of this initiative, and Amanda Vitrano, from University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), about her experience as a TCN Future Leader. Read the Blog Featuring UTLA Beauty CEO Mary Dillon


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