Oct12Wed
7:30 am - 9:30 am

Member Spotlight with Faith in the Future Foundation

 Breakfast with Faith in the Future Foundation’s Ed Hanway

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In 2012, Ed Hanway championed the cause of Catholic education by partnering with leaders in the Philadelphia region to save four Catholic high schools recommended for closure. The result was the creation of a separate nonprofit entity called the Faith in the Future Foundation (FIF). FIF grew out of the recommendations of the 2011 Blue Ribbon Commission to examine the challenges of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. In a historic management agreement with the Archdiocese, Faith in the Future assumed strategic and operational control of all 17 high schools and four schools of special education, as well as operational oversight of the Office of Catholic Education (OCE).

Program Description: Mr. Hanway will discuss how leveraging the favorable economics of a fixed-cost business model, Faith in the Future has aimed to make a high-quality education available to an increasingly larger number of families each year, many of whom were not Catholic but who specifically sought this educational experience. This is coupled with the foundation’s effort to support outstanding academic outcomes and a high-quality education at each one of their schools. A member of the BLOCS (Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools) will also be present to talk about the Tax Credit program which allows businesses and individuals to offer their PA tax dollars as scholarships.

HanwayAbout our Speaker
Edward Hanway
is Chairman Emeritus of Cigna Corporation and has been active in a wide range of issues and initiatives associated with children’s health, education, and international business. He serves as board chair of Marsh and McLennan Companies, Inc., and of the March of Dimes Foundation board. He is a former board member of the Philadelphia Orchestra and was a member of the Business Roundtable and the Eisenhower Exchange.

Hanway is a member of the American Institute and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is a graduate of Loyola College of Baltimore (B.A., 1974), where he serves on its board of trustees, and of Widener University (MBA, 1984). Hanway was honored in 2015 by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Directorship 100, the annual list of the most influential directors and governance or governance-related professionals.

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Participating Companies

Akin Gump KPMG
Beneficial Bank KYW
Berkadia Maguire Hegarty LLC
Ciardi Ciardi & Aston McGinn Security
Common Sense Technologies Modern Strategic Branding + Communications
Conley Fleming LLP NSM Insurance Group
Conrad O’Brien PPT Consulting
Faith in the Future Foundation Rosemont College
Firstrust Bank Rosemont College
Goldman, Sachs & Co. SLT (Surgical Laser Technologies)
GREYHAWK Standard Digital Imaging, Inc.
JD Capital Sterling Investment Advisors, Ltd.
JP Morgan The Free Library of Philadelphia
KBC Financial Services, Inc. The McGee Group LLC
KG Associates The Sullivan Chéry Group
Volpe & Koenig PC
Wells Fargo Commercial Banking


Location
Brothers House
On the Campus of Archbishop John Carroll High School
211 Matsonford Road, Radnor, PA 19087


Directions
For directions, please click HERE.


Parking
Complimentary parking is available on campus.


Agenda

• 7.30 am: Registration, Networking &  Breakfast
• 8.00 am: Formal Presentation
• 9:00 am: Q&A Session


Registration

Members: No charge, simply click below to confirm your attendance via email.
(in the event that you are unable to attend, kindly cancel your reservation by October 10th)

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Non-Members:
 $20


Questions?

Please contact Alanna Barry McCloskey at abarry@iabcn.org or call/text 215.772.3101.