Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 2414 EDUCATION Providing industry leading education programs remains a central focus of the ILPA mission. In 2016, a record number of professionals participated in both established and emerging ILPA education programs. In addition to the success of ILPA Institute, members enjoyed access to a di- versified collection of offerings including timely, relevant webcasts and the launch of our Virtual Town Hall series. In response to member feedback, 2016 also saw the build of two new course offerings to address knowledge gaps in Secondary Fund Modeling as well as to provide programming tailored to the CIO community. In brief, 2016’s Education highlights included: • Continued delivery of the ILPA Institute’s comprehensive suite of courses in Chicago, London and San Francisco, with registration levels exceeding goals in every city • The launch of Virtual Town Hall programs to digitally extend the “LP-only safe space” created at our in-person events and covering topics including The Use of Consultants in Private Equity, The Use (and Misuse) of Lines of Credit and Disclosure, Legislation and Reporting Template Data • Timely and topical webcasts addressing pressing industry issues which (combined with our Virtual Town Hall series) served more than 1,000 members who logged in to discuss and share insights across the year • The development of our Specialist Series (with an initial focus on Secondary Modeling) to deepen and extend learning on a specific subject beyond the Institute • A total of nine workshops helping to reinforce attendance at ILPA events (notably the Members’ Conference) and featuring the launch of our Senior Stream topics dedicated to CIOs and Heads of Private Equity which laid an important foundation for our first-ever CIO Private Equity Symposium to be held in Boston on May 31, 2017 Looking ahead to 2017, there are two important leadership developments which will continue to accelerate the work of both the ILPA and its Education Committee. First, Paul Mace, Director of Investments for Tufts University, will step-up to serve as Chair of the Education Committee and secondly, Matt Kelly has joined the ILPA team as the new Managing Director of Education. Both Paul and Matt care deeply about the ILPA’s impact on members’ professional capabilities and will be working with their many talented colleagues to continue to expand the education platform and evolve offer- ings to meet the growing demands of membership to educate, inform and empower LPs. Scott Jacobsen Managing Director, Head of Private Equity Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company Education Committee Chair