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Brad Szczecinski

Brad Szczecinski

Brad Szczecinski

“The transplant center is doing important, life-changing work. I want to help ensure that their work is recognized and that people in need of organ transplants receive the support they need and deserve.”

Brad Szczecinski spent his formative years in Ohio, graduating from the University of Toledo. He has built a long and successful career as a wealth management professional with a deep background in portfolio management. Mr. Szczecinski generally works with high net-worth investors and small institutions. He also enjoys participating in private equity and venture capital transactions.

Mr. Szczecinski is a member of the Investment Management Consultants Association, a former long-term board member of the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois, a board member of TRACT Therapeutics, and a board member of InterOcean Coffee Company.

In his free time, Mr. Szczecinski enjoys challenging himself through sport and competition. He has won 28 medals over the years in the US Transplant Games and also enjoys surfing and yoga. Beyond physical pursuits, he takes pleasure in traveling, volunteering, cooking, and urban farming.

Mr. Szczecinski’s life was forever impacted by organ donation when his good friend, Joe Barrett, donated a kidney to him eighteen years ago. Since that time, both men have remained active advocates for organ donation.

In his role as a council member for the Northwestern Medicine Transplant Advisory Council, Mr. Szczecinski would like to increase awareness of the need for organ donation. He also hopes to promote the positive role that Northwestern Medicine has had in ensuring successful outcomes for both patients and donors.

“The transplant center is doing important, life-changing work,” Mr. Szczecinski has said. “I want to help ensure that their work is recognized and that people in need of organ transplants receive the support they need and deserve.”