• Jennifer Benanti
  • Brandon Bodor

  • Laura Davis

  • Beth Ford

  • Debra Marton

  • Matt McCabe - LinkedIn
    • Matthew McCabe currently serves as the Chief of Staff for the Noble Network of Charter Schools where he oversees strategic planning, government and community engagement on behalf of the network's 12,000 students, 1,200 staff and 10,000 alumni. He was previously the Director of Government and Community Affairs, a teacher, counselor, and coach at Noble. McCabe brought volunteerism into the classroom by developing an innovative digital tutoring system with nonprofit 826 Chicago that led to record passing rates on the AP World History exam (a TEDx talk on the topic in 2013). 

      McCabe began in Chicago Public Schools as a Teach For America AmeriCorps member teaching third grade. In 2010, McCabe was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the board for the Corporation for National and Community Service, he was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2012.  He has participated in LEE Policy Fellowship at the Illinois State Board of Education and the Teach+ Policy Fellowship. McCabe also currently serves as an elected Local School Council member for Brentano Elementary in Chicago.

      McCabe graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with degrees in political science and english writing, and later earned a masters in teaching summa cum laude from Dominican University. He was appointed to the Serve Illinois Commission by Governor Pat Quinn in 2014.
  • Anne Schuman

  • Cynthia Sims

  • Shefali Trivedi - LinkedIn
    • Shefali Trivedi joined Giving DuPage in September 2013, with a 25-year career in marketing, sales and
      project management and a background of working in service for over a decade. Her nonprofit
      experience includes working for one of the largest food banks in the country, Greater Chicago Food
      Depository, as well as a small environmental education center. Her service career extended to
      government as she worked on countywide environmental initiatives in DuPage County.

      During her tenure, Shefali is most proud of a few signature accomplishments for Giving DuPage. Since
      2013, the organization has increased volunteer engagement by 250% and grown their presence on social
      media networks by 165% on Facebook and over 300% on Twitter. The best part is that over 80% of the
      social media content is to raise awareness for the needs over 350 local nonprofit organizations.

      ​And Giving DuPage is just getting started as they embark on their largest public campaign centered on
      service in the year ahead.

  • Jeff Turnbull

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