Executives going for glory to raise funds for Rush
April 14th, 2017
Some Chicago executives are training for the D-10, a modern version of the decathlon that raises money for the pediatric cancer research at Rush University Medical Center
“It’s where the Olympics meets cross-fit,” says Tom Davis, managing director at Brown Brothers Harriman, a privately owned financial services firm. Tom Rowland, senior vice president at GCM Grosvenor asset-management firms, and Tyrone Redic Jr., managing partner of Honey’s Chicago restaurant, are also competing. They’re all on the Chicago board of the D-10 organization that started in New York (previously known as the Wall Street Decathlon) and benefits Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Get more details in my Taking Names column in the Chicago Sun-Times.