2014 Highlights

Spotlight: Tax ClinicFree year-round legal help for tax problems, collections and audits
2,400 People counseled
$1M Tax debt reduced or eliminated
2,500 People educated through workshops
  • Built a stronger foundation

    We expanded our capacity and explored new ways to deliver high–impact services more efficiently and effectively. CEP grew by 8% from 2013 to 2014 in terms of families served through our tax preparation program.
  • Leveraged volunteers in new ways

    We piloted a one–on–one, transformational financial coaching program pairing 40 volunteers with 40 participants.
  • Mapped the future

    Our three–year strategic plan—"Focus to Grow"—will move us toward greater productivity and impact. The plan is available for download here.

All of our accomplishments were made possible thanks to our generous community partners and the amazing community of supporters and volunteers who believe in our mission.

We need to do more

In 2014, we turned away up to 300 clients each day during the busiest weeks of the tax season due to a lack of volunteer capacity. To address this problem, we tested a new strategy to meet the demand for service in Chicago's poorest neighborhoods, where there is a lack of available volunteers. For example, we used technology to connect taxpayers with volunteers at off–site locations, who prepared returns remotely. A full report on this promising practice is available here.

CEP is grateful to the JPMorgan Chase Foundation for funding this pilot program.

"I felt like I had won the lottery."
– Caroline | Read Caroline's story.

Caroline had lost her husband to cancer. She was selling her home, trying to prepare her own taxes, and completing paperwork housing benefits for her adult son, who has Down syndrome.

Overwhelmed by grief, confusion and stress, she didn’t know where to turn.

Then a flyer arrived in the mail from CEP about free tax services for people with limited incomes. "I felt like I had won the lottery," recalls Caroline.

CEP volunteer advisors helped Caroline file her taxes and obtain a tax refund, report the sale of her home, and make sure she filed the correct paperwork for her son’s housing benefits.

In time, Caroline felt she could finally look to the future. She again turned to CEP for assistance with completing the paperwork for an educational loan. At age 64, she’s back in school for medical transcription. Confident about new possibilities ahead of her, she believes CEP made all the difference in helping her move forward.

Who We Serve

CEP programs primarily serve low–income, working families earning less than $50,000 and individuals earning less than $25,000 annually. Most of our clients, however, earn far less. In 2014, the average gross income for our tax preparation clients was $17,037.

Did You Know?

Last year each dollar invested in CEP generated $35 in economic impact, a direct result of the tax credits, increased savings, and additional economic activity our volunteer–driven services created.

Communities we served:

  • Auburn Gresham
  • Aurora
  • Brighton Park
  • Bronzeville
  • Chicago Heights
  • Elgin
  • Evanston
  • Joliet
  • Karnak
  • Lawndale
  • Loop
  • Pilsen
  • Springfield
  • Uptown
  • Waukegan

See the number of families served and refunds returned by district or ward

Our Approach

Community–based approach

  • Partner with neighborhood organizations to serve as a host for CEP's direct services
  • Work together to recruit volunteers, gather resources, and market to clients
  • Collaborate with universities, banks, accounting companies and law firms to recruit pro bono talent
  • Train and deploy expert staff and volunteers to provide free tax and financial services at partners' locations

Community–based programs

Tangible impact on the families we serve…and the communities they live in. We help those who help themselves.

  • Tax preparation
  • Tax legal services
  • Financial coaching
  • Access to safe and affordable financial products
  • Workshops on financial and tax topics
Did You Know?

Since 1990, CEP has prepared more than 370,000 tax returns, helping Illinois residents receive over $560 million in tax refunds and credits.

Our Programs

Access to free, high-quality services and safe, affordable financial products

Many Americans don't have the financial options the rest of us take for granted. CEP works to open access to the financial mainstream…and provide renewed hope when people are down. In addition to being a trusted provider of free tax and financial services, we rigorously vet all financial products offered to the families we serve and seek financial partners who share our commitment to helping un–banked and under–banked individuals make long–term progress.

Spotlight: Progress ProgramIntensive, One-on-One Financial Coaching Program
$11,793 Total amount participants saved
$786 Average amount participants saved
$8,451 Total debt paid down by participants
$768 Average amount of debt paid down
  • Tax Preparation

    Free, high–quality Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) for low–income Illinois families.
  • Tax Clinic

    Free year–round legal help for tax problems, collections and audits.
  • Financial Coaching

    Our new Progress Program provides one–on–one, transformational financial coaching that has lasting impact.
  • Financial and Tax Workshops

    Getting trusted advice is essential. CEP's expert staff and volunteers go out into the community year–round to present on key tax and financial topics.
Bill took out a $1,500 title loan to help pay bills – then discovered the loan had a 304% interest rate. Suddenly that $1,500 became more than $9,000. He is now working with CEP to pay down the debt.
– Bill | Read Bill's story.

Bill was living paycheck to paycheck, trying to make ends meet.

He took out a $1,500 title loan to help pay bills – then discovered the loan had a 304% interest rate. Suddenly that $1,500 became more than $9,000.

Bill, like many CEP clients, strives to do the right thing even when it's overwhelming.

Now he is working with a CEP financial coach to develop a plan to pay down the debt.

Our Financials

Our financials
"Learning the basics of what it means to be a home–based child care provider was very helpful."
– Karen | Read Karen's story.

Karen began her child care business, which she runs out of her home, in April 2007.

When faced with several tax questions regarding her business, she sought advice from her CEP tax and record­keeping workshop teacher. Karen had already filed her taxes through a paid tax preparer, but she met with a CEP staff person to review her return.

During the review, CEP staff realized she needed to file an amended return because the paid preparer had not depreciated some major assets – primarily her home. Not claiming depreciation on a home and other assets would cause Karen to lose out on important tax benefits. So we helped her amend her tax return to take depreciation on her home and other assets.

Karen says that by taking the tax training workshop, she was able to make changes to the way she keeps records for her business. "Learning the basics of what it means to be a home­based child care provider was very helpful," she says.

Our Community

In 2014, we recruited, trained and mobilized over 700 volunteers who donated over 26,000 hours to drive our free tax preparation program. We connected working families to powerful anti–poverty tax credits, including $12.9 million from the federal and state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) alone.

Community Engagement

In 2014, our largest corporate volunteer partners were JP Morgan Chase, Northern Trust and AT&T. Partners viewed CEP's services as an added value to their own organizations:

  • Increasing client traffic and promote their own services to new audiences.
  • Enhancing relations with local organizations, government officials and stakeholders.
  • Providing volunteer opportunities for their employees to use skills and have a positive impact on the community.

Client Outreach

  • Faith–based organizations
  • Community organizations
  • Local chambers of commerce
  • Social service agencies
  • Banks and credit unions

Recruiting and Engaging Volunteers

  • Corporate partners
  • Non-profit partners
  • Government agencies
"The CEP staff has been incredible during this eight–week commitment. Their positive attitudes made us all want to do the best we could to help our Clients accomplish their personal, financial goals."
– Scott, Volunteer Financial Coach | Read Scott's story.

My name is Scott. I live in Chicago and work at The PrivateBank. It was through our bank’s intranet that I read about becoming a volunteer Financial Coach at CEP.

The CEP staff has been incredible during this eight-week commitment. Their positive attitudes made us all want to do the best we could to help our Clients accomplish their personal, financial goals.

Coaching Mireya has been a fantastic and rewarding experience.

She came to this program with complete transparency and a willingness to learn. She was very open and honest, and that takes so much courage! Mireya even taught and inspired me by mentioning tips from "money management" tapes she was listening to or sharing the 10-10-80 rule that her church was teaching (Giving 10%, Saving 10% and Living on 80% of your income).

With her positive attitude and her commitment to the program, Mireya is on her way to meeting all of her financial goals!

Mireya shared her experience in a speech you can view here.

Looking Ahead

  • Programmatic improvements and expansions
  • New partnerships
  • Leveraging our program knowledge and expertise to benefit all working people
  • We'll celebrate 25 years in 2015!


  • Board Executive Committee:

  • Greg Goldner, Board Chair
    Resolute Consulting
  • George Wright, Vice Chair
  • Mary Alberts, Secretary & Treasurer
    MB Financial
  • Brendan Lynch, Chair, Nomination & Governance
    Bank of America
  • David May, Chair, Internal Affairs
    Audrey Ventures
  • Jodie Winnett, Chair, External Affairs
    Winnett Civic Ingenuity
  • Board Members:

  • Lisa Canafax
    Towers Watson
  • Michael Fayhee
    McDermott Will & Emery
  • Eddie Gershman
  • Eric Grant
  • Jacob Ringer
    Reyes Kurson, Ltd.
  • Mukul Sharma, Board Fellow, Ex Officio
    Kellogg School of Management - Northwestern University
  • Harlan Teller
    FTI Consulting
  • Associate Board Leadership:

  • Gopi Vajravelu, Board Chair
    WH Trading
  • Sarah Marshall, Fundraising Co-Chair
    North Side Community Federal Credit Union
  • Steve Zeller, Fundraising Co-Chair
  • John Bonner, Outreach Co-Chair
    Recycled Energy Development
  • Elizabeth Dwyer, Outreach Co-Chair
    Lendr, BarterBuilt
  • Laura Suhr, Membership & Alumnae/i Director
    Northern Trust
  • Kristine Strom, Treasurer
    Transco Inc.
  • Associate Board Members:

  • Amanda Askew
    Seaway Bank & Trust Company
  • Dale Cabreira
  • Ioana Calcev
    Boston Consulting Group
  • Kelly Goodall
    Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Tom Hack
    Starcom MediaVest Group
  • Nathan Ingersoll
    US General Services Administration
  • Andrew Jadin
  • Raymond King
    Discover Financial
  • John Lamszus
    Aon Corp.
  • Guinevere Moore
    Holland & Knight LLP
  • Jennifer Ptak
    Cook County Bureau of Economic Development
  • Ivy Sack
    JP Morgan Chase
  • Sara Stutz
    Surgical Care Affiliates


  • Raissa Allaire
  • Satori Bailey
    Director, Financial Capability
  • Dylan Bellisle
    EITC Pilot Program Manager
  • Sheila Bibbs
    Accounting & Payroll Specialist
  • Alex Costakis
    Development Manager
  • Tyrone Dobson
    Volunteer Engagement Manager
  • April Friend
    Senior Director, Tax Services
  • Lorena Gonzalez
    Financial Coach
  • Brian Grundy
    Finance Manager
  • Paul Harrison
    Director, Tax Clinic
  • Nicole Haskins
    Outreach & Volunteer Engagement Specialist
  • Sayer LaGalle
    Attorney, Tax Clinic
  • Eliot Klein
    Director, Development
  • David Marzahl
    President & CEO
  • Jacob Peniston
    Operations Manager, Tax Services
  • Isabelle Rodriguez
    Outreach and Community Building Coordinator
  • Brian Rivera
    Innovation Manager
  • Carmen Sanchez
    Client Services Associate
  • Alicia St. Clair
    Program Coordinator
  • Eric Sternberg
    Staff Attorney, Tax Clinic
  • Cheryl Travers
    Human Resources Business Partner
  • Juan Villalobos
    Director, Community Building


  • $250,000+

  • City of Chicago
  • Illinois Department of Human Services
  • U.S. Department of Treasury – Internal Revenue Service

  • $100,000 – $249,000

  • Citi Foundation
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • Prudential Foundation
  • Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust
  • United Way of Metropolitan Chicago

  • $50,000 – $99,999

  • Polk Bros. Foundation
  • Walmart Foundation

  • $25,000 – $49,999

  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
  • The Brinson Foundation
  • Crown Family Philanthropies
  • Grand Victoria Foundation
  • Paul M. Angell Family Foundation
  • The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
  • Steans Family Foundation

  • $10,000 – $24,999

  • The Chicago Bar Foundation
  • Discover
  • Evanston Community Foundation
  • Exelon
  • The Field Foundation of Illinois
  • First Midwest Bank
  • Grand Victoria Foundation
  • Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois
  • Northern Trust Charitable Trust
  • Mary Reusche
  • Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law
  • State Farm
  • U.S. Bank Foundation
  • United Way of Elgin

  • $5,000 – $9,999

  • Michael Fayhee
  • Jamie Firth
  • FTI Consulting
  • Hoffer Foundation
  • Holland & Knight
  • David R. May and Lois A. Scott
  • Pierce Family Foundation
  • Resolute Consulting
  • Jacob Ringer
  • WH Trading

  • $2,500 – $4,999

  • Comcast
  • COUNTRY Financial
  • MB Financial
  • McGladrey
  • Anne Murdoch and Michael Walker
  • The PrivateBank
  • Lauren Robinson
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • Daniel Sprehe
  • Water Tower Financial Partners

  • $1,000 – $2,499

  • Mary Alberts
  • Joseph Byrd and Helen Slade
  • Lisa Canafax
  • Kathleen Donahue
  • Enterprise Holdings Foundation
  • Dawn and Eddie Gershman
  • The Greatest Good
  • Brendan and Suzanne Lynch
  • Mission+Strategy Consulting
  • David Marzahl
  • Guinevere Moore
  • Ray Padilla
  • Jennifer Seaton
  • Harrison and Lois Steans
  • Harlan Teller
  • Jodie Winnett
  • Winnett Civic Ingenuity
  • Matt and Erin Wise

  • $500 – $999

  • CCH, a Wolters Kluwer Business
  • John and Irene Congdon
  • Robert Davis
  • Gregory Goldner
  • Kate Handy
  • Katherine Moberg
  • Michael Parkins
  • Teresa Zhu

  • $250 – $499

  • Craftworks Foundation
  • Bryan and Pamela Gruley
  • Lynne Hensel and Larry Kameya
  • Carter Howard in honor of Claire Howard
  • Sharon Hurwitz
  • Cynthia Jensen
  • Dan and Suzanne Kanter
  • Neal Kulick and Kathleen Kulick
  • Randall and Arwen Lauen
  • Meredith Mack
  • Martin J. and Susan B. Kozak Fund at The Chicago Community Trust
  • Robert and Sara Rudolph
  • David Varnerin
  • Robert A. Weinberger
  • Tave Risk Management

  • $100 – $249

  • Kyle Bailey in honor of Kristine Strom
  • Eileen Bourke
  • BP America, Inc.
  • Sarah Brotherton
  • Paul and Patricia Carmignani
  • Grant Davidson
  • Simrit Dhesi
  • Erin Forbes in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Adam Freeman
  • Rochelle Friedman in honor of Ivy Sack
  • Jason Gerig
  • Robert Gordon
  • Philip and Janet Graff
  • Michael Haley
  • Samuel Hou Ng
  • Nathan Ingersoll
  • David Kipp
  • Theodore and Christine Krakowski
  • Steven and Faye Krasner
  • Rocky Lalvani in honor of Sarah Marshall
  • Howard A. Learner
  • Althea Linton
  • Dan Lyons
  • Robert Murphy
  • Jonathan Pitts
  • Jennifer Ptak
  • Leslie Sack in honor of Ivy Sack
  • Sara Stutz
  • Charles Thoma
  • Gopi Vajravelu
  • Richard Walker
  • Richard Wetherald
  • Jared Wasserman and Kevin Winters in honor of Ray and Lauren King
  • Rony Youkhana
  • James and Karen Young

  • Up to $99

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous in honor of Alexander Costakis
  • Bennie and Hattie Alex
  • Dpatrizia and Leo Arias
  • Amanda Askew
  • Christiana Atisele
  • Jeff Baker in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Shirley Banner
  • Tim Bauer in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Madeleine Bell in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Marsha Berkson
  • Paul Bogdanoff in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Doug Brashler
  • Rosie Butler
  • Dale Cabreira
  • Ioana Calcev
  • Sara Cardelle in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Mike Carfagna in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Ericka and Renard Carter
  • David Cassiere
  • Alexandra Catuara
  • Suzanne Claffey in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Samuel & Yolanda Colecio
  • Edward Coleman
  • Christian Conroy in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Alan Cooper
  • Alexander Costakis
  • Robert Curry
  • Elizabeth Dwyer
  • Estella Edmond
  • Loraine Edwalds
  • Mary Ellen Pozo
  • Jacqueline Ellison
  • Teodosio Estela and Ildefonsa E. Estela
  • Sylvia Etzel in honor of Sarah Brotherton
  • Susanna Evans in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • James Evans
  • Ryan Fletcher in honor of Tom Hack
  • Maggie Foley in honor of Tom Hack
  • Brendan Foley in honor of Tom Hack
  • Gary Forbes in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Crystal Ford
  • Antonio and Aurora Franco
  • Brian Gannon in honor of Tom Hack
  • Michael Gardon
  • Leonor Gil in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Robyn Golden and Natalie Ross in honor of Myrtis Meyer
  • Georgia Goss
  • Edward Hack in honor of Tom Hack
  • Susan Hack in honor of Tom Hack
  • Tom Hack
  • Ryan Haggerty in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Sarah Hancotte in honor of Sarah Marshall
  • Brian Harrigan in honor of Tom Hack
  • Elide Hernandez
  • Dorothy Holloway
  • Russell Holmgren
  • Julia Ingersoll
  • Maggielean Irons
  • Wendell Jackson
  • William and Ella Jefferson
  • Eric Jensen
  • Jennifer Jimenez in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Glenn Jones
  • Kenneth Keefner
  • Raymond King
  • Stephen Kroah in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Robert Kuehnau
  • John Lamszus
  • Marie Leogene
  • Thomas Logan
  • Ryan Lorimer in honor of Sarah Marshall
  • Earl Love
  • Joan Lumpkin
  • Sarah Marshall
  • Stephen Medve in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Karim Merchant in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Lonnie Mae Moss Morrris
  • Holly Mulvey
  • Dave Nations in honor of Steve Zeller
  • An Nguyen in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Brad Noren in honor of Sarah Brotherton
  • Stephanie O'Hara in honor of Steve Zeller
  • John Olivas
  • Alberto Ortega
  • Sergio and Margarita Parra
  • Veronica Pickens
  • Charles Portell in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Rory Quinn in honor of Michael Jimenez
  • Brian Rivera
  • Idalvis Robles
  • Alfred Rogers
  • Jaime Rosales
  • Jesus Ruiz
  • Timothy Ryan
  • Bill Saas in honor of Tom Hack
  • Ivy Sack
  • Christopher Sarcletti
  • Jose Sauroman
  • Anna Seel
  • John Sims
  • Jean Soh
  • Nikki Southwell
  • Ronald Stevens
  • Susan Strom in honor of Kristine Strom
  • Kristine Strom
  • Maria Suarez
  • Martha Suhr in honor of Laura Suhr
  • Laura Suhr
  • Robert Talkie in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Raymond F. Talkie
  • Michael Thede
  • Linda Thomas
  • Samuel Tocci
  • Mitchell Van Diggelen in honor of Corinne Van Diggelen
  • Mary Vrskovy
  • Kyle Wade
  • Jeannie Wang in honor of Sarah Marshall
  • James Weiner in honor of Ivy Sack
  • John Weinheimer
  • Jonathan Williams
  • Edison & Myrna Wright
  • Kevin Yates in honor of Tom Hack
  • Lindsay Zeller in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Mike Zeller in honor of Steve Zeller
  • Steve Zeller
  • Robin Zhou

  • Matching Gifts

  • AbbVie Foundation Employee Engagement Fund
  • Aon Foundation
  • Bank of America
  • BP Foundation, Inc.
  • Coinstar
  • Grainger
  • Jones Lang LaSalle
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Northern Trust

  • In-Kind Support

  • Bloom Township
  • Chick Evans Golf Course
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
  • Dawson Technical Institute
  • Evanston Public Library
  • Family Service Center
  • Father Gary Graf Center
  • Gail Borden Public Library
  • Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation
  • Harold Washington College
  • Highland Woods Golf Course
  • Instituto del Progreso Latino
  • Kelly High School
  • Leman Middle School
  • McDermott Will & Emery
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago, Inc.
  • Resolute Consulting
  • Rob Roy Golf Course
  • Truman College
  • University of St. Francis
  • Gopi Vajravelu
  • Waubonsee Community College


In 2014, over 800 individuals invested their time to help us meet our mission. We thank all our volunteers. Following are CEP volunteers we want to recognize for going above and beyond in 2014.

*Has volunteered five or more years.

  • 50 – 99 hours

  • Brandy Anderson*
  • Juan Anguiano
  • Jamita Ball
  • Uyanga Battulga
  • Thomas Bauer
  • Lisa Benroeck
  • Amanda Bethencourt
  • Jackee Blue
  • Manogna Bobbala
  • Leticia Bonsu*
  • Alice Boomhower*
  • Manlin Cai
  • Nohora Chacon
  • Clare Childs
  • Edward Chung
  • Howard Cohen*
  • Judith Cohen*
  • Jennifer Conter
  • Joann Curtis
  • Brenda DeGeer
  • Robert DeLarm
  • Robert Denny
  • Maryann Denson
  • Bujing Ding
  • Ervey Dominguez
  • Kathleen Donahue*
  • Mary Doucette
  • Marina Edwards
  • Delores Garrett*
  • Toya Hallmon
  • Paula Harper
  • Doug Hart
  • Stephen Hawrysz
  • Zhaoxing He
  • Shawn Hester
  • Fred Hicks*
  • Christopher Hilton*
  • John Hodge*
  • Margarett Howard
  • Gary J Neumayer
  • Brenda Jones
  • Elmer Kaufman*
  • John Kintner*
  • David Kipp
  • Bennett Koffman
  • Anne Kolesnikoff
  • Samuel Rene Lam Lam
  • Judy Lazar
  • Tamara Lenart
  • Michael Link*
  • Fraser Lynn*
  • Michael Lynn
  • Sil Maiorana
  • Shirley Marrs*
  • Luis Martinez
  • David May*
  • Dean McClure
  • Jimmie McGhee
  • Hector Mellado
  • Shirley Michel
  • Vivek Mody
  • John O' Hara*
  • Bing Owens
  • Allen Pavia
  • Haohan Peng
  • Vincent Perry
  • Thomas Pritchett*
  • Dan Rachke
  • Tia Randolph
  • Isabelle Rodriguez
  • Mark Rush
  • Julia Ruyle
  • Akeida Samuels
  • Anna Seel
  • Stephen Smith
  • Kathryn Smith
  • Wenyuan Song
  • Ibrahime Sow
  • Susan Stodolsky
  • Lucy Sullivan
  • Nassim Taibi
  • Eric Tobin
  • Graziella Umlauf*
  • Sviatlana Varabei
  • David Varnerin*
  • Rosa Vega*
  • Rubir Velazquez *
  • Shantelle Visor
  • Katarzyna Waclawek
  • Burt Walker
  • Xuanren Wang
  • Mark Westcott
  • Siyu Xin
  • Xinrun Xing
  • Jixue Yang
  • Jayshon Yang
  • Xuejiao Yang
  • Mitchell Yates*
  • Chu Zhang
  • Xinyan Zhang
  • Shiyang Zhou
  • Linda Zhou

  • 100+ hours

  • Abey Abraham
  • Betty Akins
  • Penny Alcala
  • Dille Berberi
  • Ritu Borana
  • Lynette Brady
  • Kathleen Bromley*
  • Joyce Cox*
  • Carolyn Demery
  • Ann Fisher
  • Bill Forney*
  • Richard Friedberg
  • Cheryl Haack
  • Monique Henderson
  • Larry Henry
  • Patricia Jackson *
  • James Jackson*
  • Stanley Koziol*
  • John Kozlowski*
  • Steven Krasner*
  • Faye Krasner*
  • Robert Lawrence III
  • Ming Mac*
  • Pamela McNichols*
  • Neil Meltzer*
  • Joe Murphy*
  • Sally Ndackson
  • Williamette Osborne
  • Royace Prather*
  • Elizabeth Pritchard*
  • Barry Pritchard*
  • Dolores Ratajczak
  • David Rock*
  • Maria Siezar
  • James Smith Grattan
  • Ray Stefanski
  • Anita Stenzel*
  • Bamidele Taiwo*
  • Lucille Tripp
  • Renee Van
  • William Vandervoort
  • Rose Weissbaum
  • Mary White*
  • Yao Zhang