Le Beau, Christina
September 2014
Crain's Chicago Business;9/22/2014, Vol. 37 Issue 38, p0035
An interview with Chicago Ideas Week executive director Jessica Malkin is presented. She talks about her usual morning routine, including reading such papers as the "Wall Street Journal." She discusses her support to the stop gun violence campaign, including her group's partnership with the Living Rooms Across America Tour. She cites several individuals she wanted to speak at the Chicago Ideas Week, including politician Hillary Clinton.


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