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HILA School Board

Board Members

Chair – Clint W. Paul
President and CEO, The Hope Institute for Children and Families

Nicki Pecori
Director of Community Affairs, Illinois Housing Development Authority

Kim Copp
Shefsky & Froelich, Ltd., Kimberly M. Copp focuses her practice principally on securities and general
corporate law matters, including corporate finance, and counsels clients in public finance and gaming.

Maureen Greco
Retired Chicago Public Schools teacher and administrator

Steven Washington
Steven Washington is a partner in Ice Miller’s Municipal Finance Group in Chicago. He has represented a variety of state and local issuers, including state agencies, cities, counties, school districts and other government issuers and has also represented and worked with municipal issuers on a variety of derivative and investment transactions

Sandy Morrow

Susan Nedza, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer, AIM Specialty Health

Kendal Parker
Director of the CHANCE Program at the University of Illinois – Chicago

Sandy Morrow
Former Principal of The Hope Institute Learning Academy

Michael Jakubowski


2012-2013 Meeting Schedule

  • Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • Wednesday, February 6, 2012
  • Wednesday, April 10, 2013
  • Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Meeting Information

Location:

The Hope Institute Learning Academy
1628 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago

Time: 6:00pm

1628 W Washington
Chicago, Illinois 60612

Phone: (773) 534-7405

 

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HILA Partners


For more than 50 years, The Hope Institute for Children and Families has led the way in providing innovative educational approaches to help all learners meet their maximum potentials. Hope understands how to teach – and care for – children with a variety of educational needs and styles of learning. Students in Hope classrooms regularly exceed the national average for being “on task” in learning activities. But more importantly, Hope students experience the joy of learning to their full potentials.
Learn more at www.thehopeinstitute.us