AbstoneLalley
Advisory Board
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Jude Zwick, JD, CPA

Most of Mr. Zwick's professional life was spent with Arthur Andersen & Co.'s Chicago office as a Partner in the tax division. He specialized in clients in the financial services industry and was in charge of the firm-wide tax practice for insurance company clients. He was a frequent speaker at tax symposiums and authored articles in accounting and tax periodicals. Mr. Zwick also was responsible for law school recruiting for the company's Chicago office. He received the Artie Award as tax division recruiter of the year in 1984. At Checker, Simon & Rosner, a Chicago public accounting firm, Mr. Zwick organized and served as Partner in Charge of the tax department. He also served on the firm's management committee and continued his involvement in the firm's recruiting program. Mr. Zwick then joined client Stern Walters Partners, a Chicago advertising agency, as Vice President of Finance and Administration, and served on the management committee.

 

Mr. Zwick has been active for more than 30 years with Catholic Charities of Chicago, serving on many committees and activities, including acting as Chair of the organization's division advisory board and finance committee. He served on the founding committee for the Annual Golf Outing, which he later co-chaired for two years. For the organization, he has served as Treasurer, Vice Chairman, and, eventually, Chairman of the board of directors (2006-2008). Mr. Zwick was awarded the Dennis F. Kelly Award for his services to Catholic Charities, and he was named a Distinguished Board Member. He currently sits on the Board of Directors, Finance and Audit Committees, and Service Advisory Board.

 

Mr. Zwick was an active member of Naperville Country Club for more than 25 years, where he served on several committees and as Treasurer and President.

 

Jude Zwick holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati and a Juris Doctorate from the College of Law at the University of Kentucky.

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