Our Team

WE draft testimony, rally students, secure grants, persuade legislators, mobilize advocates, share ideas with educators, design systems improvements and programs, brainstorm with business leaders, tweet and post, and passionately believe in a better future for all working women.

Linda Ballard

Senior Development Officer - Major Gifts

(312) 448-7647

Shirlondra Brooks

Senior Program Manager

(312) 448-7656

Elizabeth Cunneen

Director of Finance and Administration

(312) 448-7625

Mary Kay Devine

Senior Director of External Affairs

(312) 448-7794

Cherita Ellens

President and CEO

(312) 574-3194

Mena Enuenwosu

Mena Enuenwosu

Policy and Organizational Impact Assistant

(312) 319-4418

Christina Green

Christina Green

ASPIRE Senior Program Manager

(312) 820-1158

Ibie Hart

Ibie Hart

Associate Director of Business Development

(312) 319-2641

Corinne Kodama

Policy Analyst

(312) 585-7836

Sarah Labadie

Associate Director of Policy

(312) 620-1786

Jorian Lewke

Development Coordinator

(312) 625-0965

Sharmili Majmudar

Executive Vice President of Policy and Organizational Impact

(312) 702-2474

Camille Massie

Accounting and Administrative Assistant

(312) 767-6032

Judy Miyashita

Director of Marketing and Engagement

(312) 724-5202

Christina Perez

Director of Development

(773) 739-6165

Amanda Sousa

Manager of Engagement and Marketing

(312) 796-8262

Jessica Swim

Jessica Swim

Advancement Administrative Assistant

(312) 448-7873

Christina Warden

Director of Policy

(312) 801-8942

Lauren Wheeler

ASPIRE Program Specialist

(312) 815-8952

Questions? Contact Us.

1 E. Wacker Drive

Suite 3110

Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: (312) 782-3902 

Fax: (312) 782-5249

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