ILLINOIS Justice Project Advisory Board

 

ILJP’s diverse advisory board is comprised of representatives of community organizations, business, labor and civic groups from across the Chicago region.  The advisory board is chaired by Brother James Gaffney, FSC, President of Lewis University.  Affiliations are for identification purposes only.


  • Gerald W. Adelman, Openlands 
  • James L. Alexander, The Elizabeth Morse Genius Charitable Trust and The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust
  • MarySue Barrett, Metropolitan Planning Council
  • Frank H. Beal, Civic Consulting Alliance
  • Rev. Dr. Byron Brazier, Apostolic Church of God
  • Walter Boyd, St. Leonard’s House
  • John Canning, Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC 
  • Frank M. Clark, Retired President, ComEd
  • Lester Crown, Henry Crown and Company
  • Nora Daley Conroy
  • Ronald E. Daly, Retired Chairman and CEO, Océ North America
  • Judy Erwin, ASGK Partners
  • Tyrone C. Fahner, The Commercial Club of Chicago
  • Bro. James Gaffney, FSC, Lewis University
  • Gene Griffin, Child Trauma Network
  • Jack M.Greenberg, The Western Union Company 
  • M. Hill Hammock, Chicago Deferred Exchange Company
  • King Harris, Harris Holdings
  • Grace B. Hou, Woods Fund of Chicago
  • Candice Jones, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice
  • Donald G. Lubin, Dentons
  • Terry Mazany, The Chicago Community Trust
  • John McCarter, Retired President, Field Museum
  • Andrew McKenna, Schwarz Supply Source
  • David Mosena, Museum of Science and Industry
  • Michael H. Moscow, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
  • Aurie Pennick, Field Foundation of Illinois
  • Jorge Ramirez, Chicago Federation of Labor
  • George Ranney, Metropolis Strategies
  • Raul I. Raymundo, The Resurrection Project
  • Jesse H. Ruiz, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Maria Saldaña, Oak Park Residence Corporation
  • Bryan Samuels, Chapin Hall
  • Adele S. Simmons, Global Philanthropy Partnership
  • Kurt Summers, City of Chicago
  • Gladyse Taylor, Illinois Department of Corrections
  • Richard L. Thomas, First Chicago NBD Corporation
  • Don A. Turner, Chicago Federation of Labor
  • Corinne G. Wood, former Lieutenant Governor