Get IN Chicago benefits from an esteemed network of city, state, and national leaders.  We are grateful for the support of our dedicated Board of Directors, donors, and partners, all of whom contribute their energy and talents toward our vision of safer communities and brighter futures.

Board of Directors

Staff

  • Toni Irving, Executive Director
  • Tiffany Duffy, Grants Coordinator
  • Lisa FloranProgram Associate
  • Crystal Jackson, Program Officer
  • George Letavish, Senior Policy Analyst
  • Lisa Moultrie, Programs Director
  • Alexis Willis, Program Assistant (Public Allies)
  • Emily Robertson, Loyola University Gannon Scholar Intern
  • Michelle Sharpe, Loyola University Gannon Scholar Intern
  • Alexandria Santistevan, John Marshall Law School Baum Family Fund Intern

Supporters

Founders

Allstate
Aon
Bank of America
BMO Harris Bank
The Boeing Company
CVS Health
Discover

Exelon
GCM Grosvenor
Guggenheim Partners
ITW
JPMorgan Chase
Loop Capital
McDonald’s Corporation
Mesirow Financial
Motorola Solutions Foundation
Northern Trust
PNC 
The Satter Foundation
United

Heroes

Alvin H. Baum Family Fund
Anonymous
Chicago Board Options Exchange
DeVry Education Group
The Duchossois Group
Jill M. Garling & Thomas J. Wilson
The John Buck Company
KPMG
Patricia O. Cox/KPW Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T.  MacArthur Foundation
Nicor Gas
Nielsen
Larry D. Richman, The PrivateBank
Desiree Rogers
Charlie & Rochelle Trotter
Walmart
U.S. Cellular Corp. and TDS

Partners

Get IN Chicago would like to recognize our partners with whom we have developed long-term working relationships to collectively work towards making our communities safer and providing opportunities for our youth.

Pro Bono Partners

Get IN Chicago thanks its pro bono partners who have generously donated considerable time, money and resources towards making communities safer.

Youth Advisory Board

The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is meant to support Get IN Chicago by representing voices from our focus communities, collaborating to implement change, and informing Get IN Chicago and its partners about community needs and challenges. Learn more about the YAB.