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Episode 6: Elevating Human Potential

Jennifer Mulholland & Jeff Shuck
July 7, 2020
Join us for an incredible conversation with CEO, innovator, and force of Nature Dorri McWhorter. Dorri is currently CEO of the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, an organization she has transformed through kind and steady innovation.
We had a delightful time talking with Dorri about the intersection of some of our favorite concepts: conscious leadership, social innovation, and the journey to a more just and beautiful world. You’ll love this!
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Dorri McWhorter Headshot copyDorri McWhorter is CEO of YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, a social enterprise focused on eliminating racism and empowering women. A socially-conscious business leader, Dorri was previously a partner at Crowe Horwath LLP, one of the largest accounting firms in the U.S., and currently serves on the Board of Directors for William Blair Funds, Skyway Concession Company (Chicago Skyway), and numerous civic and social impact organizations. Dorri lead the process for the YWCA to develop an exchange traded fund (ETF) for women’s empowerment (NYSE: WOMN) in partnership with Impact Shares, which is the first non-profit investment advisor to develop an ETF product.

Dorri was included in the inaugural list of “The Blue Network”, comprised of the top 100 innovators in Chicago, by Chicago Tribune and was a 2019 Inductee in the Chicago Innovation Hall of Fame. Dorri received a BBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Lake Forest College.

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