Tempus’s Co-founder And Renowned Philanthropist Eric Lefkosksy.

Eric Lefkosksy is a renowned philanthropist born in the U.S on the 2nd of September 1969. He grew up in Southfield, Michigan. He has a rich educational background from prestigious institutions.

Eric Lefkosksy attended Southfield School for his high school education and later graduated in the year 1987. He afterward went to the University of Michigan to pursue law. He attained his Bachelor’s in law in the year 1991 and later a Juris Doctor in 1993 from the same university.

After completing his university education, Eric purchased Brandon Apparel which is a fashion and clothing firm located in Madison, Wisconsin. His interest and passion in entrepreneurship continued to grow, and by the year 2001, he co-founded the InnerWorkings firm that specialized in print procurement services to middle-level companies.

Eric Lefkosksy is a well-known philanthropist who spends most of his time and financial resources on charity activities. In the year 2006, he established Lefkosksy Foundation, a charitable trust that supports educational and scientific organizations.

The firm specializes in helping needy children. It provides them with basic needs including food, shelter, clothing, and education. Lefkosksy foundation has to date accomplished its aim of impacting the society positively.

The firm has enhanced many destitute people’s standards of living. The trust has supported over 50 charitable organizations. He is also a trustee at Lurie Children’s Hospital.

Eric Lefkosksy has also benefited many organizations with his philanthropic work including The Art Institute of Chicago and The Museum of Science and Industry based in Chicago.

He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Steppenwolf Theatre Company which is based in Chicago. He is the co-founder and CEO of Tempus which is a technology firm that specializes in the fight against cancer.

Eric is married to Elizabeth, and together they have three children.

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