Rev. Danielle Buhuro is Senior Pastor of Lincoln Memorial Congregational UCC, a church that shares a long history with Community Renewal Society. She is a graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary, where she earned her Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry in Religion and Health. She currently works in Clinical Pastoral Education Supervision at Advocate Trinity and South Suburban Hospitals and is a Board-Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains.
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Daryle Brown serves as the Executive Director of Multi-Media Communications at Trinity United Church of Christ, with responsibilities that include print, audio/video, social media, Internet broadcasts, web sites, and their mobile app. After completing his degree in Financial Administration at Michigan State University, Daryle began a 30-year career in a wide variety of marketing and product development roles, spending 17 years in the “Bell” System, and the balance of time at USRobotics, 3Com, and a short stint as a contractor at Abbott International. Mr.
Wil Boone is passionate about social justice. A member of Church of the Good Shepherd UCC in Chicago, Mr. Boone has served that church in a variety of capacities, including currently as Board Chair of the Good Shepherd Homes Corporation, Good Shepherd Housing & Development Corporation Chair, and Church Cabinet, President, as well as previously serving as Chair of the Diaconate Board. Mr. Boone is a sales and marketing professional with over 30 years of experience, including work with non-profit organizations. He currently is a sales professional with Joseph A.
Eddie Bocanegra currently serves as senior director of the READi Chicago initiative at Heartland Alliance. Other professional experience includes serving as co-executive director of the YMCA’s Youth and Safety Violence Prevention program, a violence interrupter with the Chicago Violence Prevention Project (Ceasefire), and as an art activist at Enlace Chicago. Mr. Bocanegra also was the Organizer for the Chicago West Suburbs and The FORCE Project at Community Renewal Society, and his involvement with the project has continued. Mr.
Jaquie Algee is Vice President/Director of External Relations for The Service Employees International Union Healthcare Illinois/Indiana/Missouri/Kansas (SEIU HCIIMK), where she directs activities that support and foster positive relations and collaboration with the faith community, community organizations/residents, political leaders and key stakeholders in support of worker rights and ensures that SEIU maintains a presence in the broader community as a committed partner.