Equity and Empowerment Commission

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PURPOSE: The purpose of the Equity & Empowerment Commission is to identify and eradicate inequities in City services, programs, human resource practices, and decision-making processes. The goal is to ensure that all residents receive equal service and treatment regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, marital status, familial status, disability, gender identity, and gender expression.

MEMBERSHIP: 9 members

QUALIFICATIONS: 1 Alderman, 1 member who has the training and/or experience representing the needs of those who have a physical or mental disability, 5 members who have experience in human rights, social justice advocacy, or similar areas, 1 Spanish speaking member

TERM: 3 years

MEETING PLACE:  Morton Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave. 

MEETING TIME: 4th Thursday

      (Note: There will be no meeting in November and the December meeting will be on the 20th)

ENABLING ORDINANCE: 85-O-17

REPORTS TO:  City Council

 

Commissioners  Term Expiration
Ald. Melissa Wynne  December 2020
Julie Corbier de Lara  December 2020
Monte Dillard  December 2020
Timothy Eberhart  December 2020
Jane Grover, Chair  December 2020
Delores Holmes  December 2020
Alejandra Ibañez  December 2020
Kathy Lyons  December 2020
Mario Vela  December 2020

 

 

STAFF:

Dr. Patricia A. Efiom
Equity & Empowerment Coordinator
847-448-5075
Email Staff

 

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