Northern Trust's Connie Lindsey to Deliver a Keynote & Moderates DuPage Children's Museum When Failure Fuels Innovation

Sep 27, 2017 3:15 PM ET
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When Failure Fuels Innovation Risk, Resilience, Reward

Wednesday, September 27, Register here

How failure is viewed and handled can be a key determining factor in driving innovation and breakthrough thinking or stopping a project dead in its tracks. Reframing and rethinking what it means to fail can pave a path to fuel innovation. Join us for an evening of inspiring and stimulating discussion centered around ways to leverage risk taking and how it can inform our perspectives on failure.


Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Diversity & Inclusion
Northern Trust, Chicago

Connie L. Lindsey is responsible for the design and implementation of the global Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Diversity and Inclusion strategy for Northern Trust. Ms. Lindsey has held leadership roles during her tenure with the firm in Wealth Management, Corporate and Institutional Services and Enterprise Enablement. Ms. Lindsey is the immediate past National Board President of Girl Scouts of the USA, the highest-ranking volunteer of this 2.7 million-member organization…Read More

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About DuPage Children’s Museum

The Museum helps develop curiosity, creativity, thinking, and problem solving in young children through its mission: “DuPage Children’s Museum ignites the potential of all children to learn through hands-on exploration by integrating art, math, and science.” Interactive exhibits and programs make learning fun for children and adults playing together. DCM serves over 300,000 visitors annually representing all 50 states and 575 zip codes in Illinois. DCM’s reach and support represent well beyond the Chicagoland area. The Museum’s impact extends across cultural, financial, and educational boundaries. It touches the lives of children from all regions, providing the building blocks for success in school and life. The Museum is located at 301 N. Washington Street in Naperville, or call (630) 637-8000.