News Archive

  1. Spy Museum Kennedy and Khrushchev
    International Spy Museum Receives $150,000 Grant from Pritzker Military Foundation
    Spy Museum
    The International Spy Museum (SPY), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit museum, has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Pritzker Military Foundation, on behalf of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, to support youth and adult educational programs and initiatives related to espionage and the Cold War.
  2. Honoring Minority Veterans
    Honoring Minority Veterans, A Century Later
    The Pritzker Military Foundation, on behalf of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, are pleased to sponsor the Valor Medals Review Task Forces’ work in conducting the world’s first systematic review of WWI military records.
  3. Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman
    Alexander Vindman lands first Pritzker Military Foundation fellowship
    Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was appointed as the Pritzker Military Foundation’s first Pritzker Military Fellow.
  4. Pritzker Military Foundation Awards Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman the first Pritzker Military Fellowship at the Lawfare Institute
    Press Release
    The Pritzker Military Foundation, on behalf of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, has named Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman as the inaugural Pritzker Military Fellow through the Lawfare Institute. This grant will support Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s research, writing and public engagements on topics of national security, defense, civil-military affairs, and public service, over the next two-years.
  5. TAWANI Enterprises President and CEO Col. Jennifer Pritzker Named a Crain’s 2020 Notable Veteran Executive
    Press Release
    CHICAGO, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — TAWANI Enterprises is pleased to announce its President and CEO, Col. Jennifer Pritzker, was named a 2020 Notable Veteran Executive by Crain’s Chicago Business. The award recognizes veterans with an executive position making a mark in various industries including law, banking, real estate, investment...
  6. Program HerStory
    Operation HerStory to send women veterans on state’s first all-female Honor Flight
    Chicago Sun-Times
    A program called Operation HerStory wants to send 100 of those women in Illinois on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., where they will tour war monuments for a day and be celebrated for their service upon their return home.
  7. Jennifer Pritzker
    Colonel Pritzker: A Chicago Billionaire Focuses on Veterans, LGBTQ Causes, and More
    Inside Philanthropy
    While families like the Waltons and Kochs might be more well known, the Pritzker family of Chicago also holds enormous wealth.
  8. Tom Hanks joins Elizabeth Dole Foundation to honor Michelle Obama, Senator Patty Murray and Congressman Phil Roe at annual gala for veteran caregivers
    Press Release
    Heroes and History Makers is a part of a week of events hosted by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation that will bring military caregivers from across the country to Washington, D.C.
  9. U.S. World War I Centennial Commission Announces Final Approval Of Design For New National World War I Memorial In Washington, DC
    Press Release
    The design for the new National World War I Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC received final approval on Thursday from the United States Commission of Fine Arts (CFA).
  10. Col. Jennifer Pritzker Vanity Fair
    “One ‘Aw, Shit’ Wipes out a Thousand Attaboys”: Why Billionaire GOP Donor Jennifer Pritzker Is Abandoning Trump After Coming out as Trans
    Vanity Fair
    For the liberal Pritzker dynasty, Jennifer’s politics were the problem, never her identity. But the former lieutenant colonel says she’s had enough of the president’s hate. “I don’t want to see my life, and the life of people like me, become a political poker chip.”...