Kennedy is the VP of Community Engagement for Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana and teaches in the Crown Family School's Social Sector Leadership and Nonprofit Management program.
Meriweather was one of two full-time students in the Master of Arts Program in Social Sector Leadership and Nonprofit Management and had worked as a conflicts assistant at a law firm after graduating with her BA. She sought out Crown to build a career that would involve nonprofits, community-building, and education.
Douglas earned his dual Master’s in social work and public policy at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice and the Harris School of Public Policy. He launched the Phillip Jackson Youth Mentorship Program during his time as a student and is now a full-time program manager with the local nonprofit The Black Star Project.
Tang had worked in nonprofit development before attending the Crown Family School's Social Sector Leadership and Nonprofit Management program. She plans to move into program management or design and she sees herself involved in running an organization in the future.
Heneghan works as the director of policy for Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, where she works to implement the office’s strategic policy plan.