We make a difference in the communities
in which we live and work
Chicago
In late August, Chicago colleagues celebrated Charity Week – dedicated to helping inspire and inform colleagues on ways they can get involved and further support OCC’s 2018 Chicago charity, i.c.stars. (right)

Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago, surprised OCC colleagues at the December Town Hall meeting.
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Amy Shelly served as one of the first female co-chairs of the Trading Tech Program for the Boy Scouts of America.
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In late August, Chicago colleagues celebrated Charity Week – dedicated to helping inspire and inform colleagues on ways they can get involved and further support OCC’s 2018 Chicago charity, i.c.stars. (above)
Dallas
Dale Petroskey, President and CEO, Dallas Regional Chamber (above)
“As one of the most vibrant and diverse economies in the country, we have seen more than 120 companies relocate their headquarters to the Dallas Region, hundreds of other companies have expanded operations, and more than 750,000 new jobs have been created. OCC has been an important member of our community from the moment they arrived in 2003 and as our market continues to grow and thrive, we are excited they are working alongside so many other great companies and contributing to that growth.”
Dale Petroskey, President and CEO, Dallas Regional Chamber (left)
OCC colleagues volunteered at a food kitchen in support of Metrocrest Services, a Texas-based organization that assists families and individuals coping with crisis situations or requiring support to live independently.
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Washington, D.C.
John Davidson, Dan Busby, Michael Meagher and Jim Kustusch attended an event with Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi on behalf of our industry.