Rai Barney has more than ten years of progressive human resources management and operations experience. Roslind Blasingame-Buford is the first female Executive Director for BUILD, Inc., a youth development agency that engages gang-affiliated and other at-risk youth. Constance Jones Brewer is the National Development Director for the Knowledge is Power Program at the KIPP Foundation. As Senior Account Director at commonground marketing, John Casmon manages the MillerCoors business, overseeing campaign development, client relationships, profit-and-loss management, and Master Service Agreement negotiations. Tarrah Cooper is Managing Director at Mercury Public Affairs, a high-stakes public strategy firm.
Kenesa Debela is the Director of IT Services at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago.
Lisa Hinton is a Public Health Specialist in the Office of Community Engagement and Cancer Disparities at The University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center. He has served clients in various industries, including employee benefit plans, financial institutions, not-for-profit, and corporate entities. She was trained in Renaissance Oil Painting at the Atelier Neo Medici in Monflanquin, France by Master Painter Patrick Betaudier and received her BFA in Painting from Bowling Green State University. She has worked in a variety of industries in the Midwest including banking, government, technology, manufacturing, retail, education, healthcare, foodservice, hospitality and the not-for-profit sector. She is a graduate of Chicago State University, has a Master of Science in Human Services Administration from Spertus College, and holds a Doctorate in Education from National-Louis University.
Inner Vision’s mission is to transform the trajectory of the lives of urban youth and strengthen the communities in which they live.
As Managing Director, she leads the firm's business development and strategic communications efforts. He is responsible for IT policy, budgeting, strategic planning and the supervision of IT staff. Before her involvement with the Local 1001, she served the City of Chicago for fifteen years, running the abandoned auto program in the Department of Streets and Sanitation. Head is a Bank Examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, where she is responsible for supervising credit activities of a global bank holding company with nearly $5 trillion in assets under custody and $750 billion in assets under management.
Henry is the Senior Vice President of EnTrust Realty Advisors where he specializes in landlord and tenant representation in the greater Chicagoland area.
She held previous research and management roles at the Morehouse School of Medicine National Center for Primary Care and the Morehouse School of Medicine Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine. Hudson is an Assistant United States Attorney in the Violent Crimes section for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Illinois. Additionally, he has performed tax services for clients, including Form 5500 and Form 990 filings. Baccus has worked as an adjunct faculty member at Arkansas Baptist College and Elizabeth City State University.

She specializes in the areas of internal communication, recruiting, employee relations, operations, benefits and compensation. She is responsible for identifying and cultivating relationships with thought leaders, policy makers, and celebrities to raise awareness of KIPP’s mission and the communities it serves. Prior to this role, he served as a workplace technology and collaboration consultant at Accenture, where he also played leadership roles in infrastructure outsourcing projects. Prior to his work at Waterton, he was an Associate Attorney at Pircher, Nichols & Meeks, a tier one commercial real estate boutique firm where he advised clients regarding risk exposure, transaction structure, and due diligence issues related to a variety of commercial real estate transactions.
Hayes is also the owner of Pier 31, the only black-owned restaurant on the City of Chicago’s lakefront. Her responsibilities include developing high-level strategy, monitoring counterparty credit and country risk, evaluating capital adequacy and Basel implementation, and determining compliance with laws and regulations.
His responsibilities include lease negotiation, site selection, acquisitions, and facility disposition. Hinton received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Health degrees from Northern Illinois University. Baccus has an expansive variety of technical and personal skills, as well as knowledge of Employment Retirement Income Security Act and Department of Labor compliance regulations. In 2005, she founded WisdomTree, an organization that partners with artists, business owners and educators to provide a multi-arts education and training program for youth in the city of Chicago.
Barney has a Master of Science in Communication from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Aurora University.
BlasingameBuford is a member of the Chicago Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and serves as an Ambassador for One Chicago, One Nation as well as the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago.
Prior to her current role, Brewer worked on the KIPP School Leadership Programs team and held sales and operations roles for Hyatt Corporation and Johnson & Johnson. Debela serves on the Board of All For Him Ministries and is the President of the Life Stream Oromo Evangelical Church.
As the Deputy Chief, she is also the Chief of Staff for the Chief Innovation and Incubation Officer.
His experience in commercial real estate includes representation of developers, real estate investment trusts and investors in acquiring, leasing and financing. Prior to this role, Head was a Commercial Portfolio Manager in Business Banking at Harris Bank and a Commercial Credit Analyst at JP Morgan Chase Bank. Prior to joining EnTrust Tenant Advisors, Henry gained exposure to the real estate market working as an Information Analyst, and quickly made a successful transition to broker associate. Hudson started her career as an Associate in the commercial litigation group at Schiff Hardin LLP, where she handled complex contract disputes. Previously, he served as the Director of Membership for the Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago and Assistant Director of Admissions for the Illinois Institute of Art.
Department of Homeland Security, where she managed the Department’s messaging and actions for numerous national incidents, including the H1N1 epidemic, the December 25th and Times Square attempted bombings, and the Haitian earthquake.

Debela received a Master of Arts degree in Theological Studies from the Lutheran School of Theology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Information Systems from Chicago State University. Prior to assuming the role at PCS, Ford-Bey was the Executive Director of Charter Schools for the School District of Philadelphia. He also represented lenders in construction and conventional financings of office, multi-family, and retail projects. She graduated with honors from Chicago State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He and his wife currently lead a community of young, married couples who are committed to changing the perspective of marriage in popular culture.
He is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Business Administration. His work in the Middle East earned him an Ambassador for Peace title by the State of Israel. Casmon serves as the Vice President of the Chicago Alumni Board of the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program and is a co-founder of Claudia’s Family Development, a respite care facility in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.
She graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in Journalism. Ford-Bey was also employed at Johnson and Johnson as an Assistant Marketing Manager, where she managed a multi-million dollar profit-and-loss statement, developed product innovation, and led the package development team for new products.
Green graduated from Emory University with highest honors in Economics and Political Science and received his J.D. He also is a Board Member of Young Life of Northeast DuPage County and on the Chairman’s Advisory Council of the Big Shoulders Fund. Jones received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Northern Illinois University. He contributes his time to important causes such as Chicago’s Business Leadership Council, the Associate Board of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Advisory Board for the Chicago Fire Department. She has served on the Board of Directors of KIPP Gaston and the Harvard Business School African American Admissions Advisory Board. Cooper sits on the Board of Directors for the Primo Center for Women and Children and Breakthrough Urban Ministries. Ford-Bey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and a Master of Business Administration from Clark Atlanta University. He serves as Treasurer of the Associate Board of the DuSable Museum of African American History.
Hudson currently serves on the 2014 Magistrate Judge Merit Review Panel for the Northern District of Illinois.

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