CMAP Human and Community Development Committee
On January 12, 2011 the CMAP Board approved changes to CMAP's committee structure to aid the implementation of GO TO 2040. As a result, the Human Services committee will now be known as the Human and Community Development committee. Please update your bookmarks and information as needed.
The CMAP Human and Community Development Committee seeks to create a safe, healthy, vibrant, diverse and inclusive region where all residents contribute to the region's growth and have equal access to the region's assets, including, but not limited to clean air, water and energy; quality healthcare, housing, transportation, jobs, education, nature preserves and recreational opportunities; nutritious food, the arts and cultural amenities. The benefits and burdens caused by the region's investments and policies will be fairly distributed to all parts of the region and among all residents, regardless of age, gender, income, race, ethnicity, culture, language, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or disability status. Decisions affecting community residents will be made with a high degree of collaborative leadership and public participation, with special emphasis on disenfranchised populations.
The charge to the CMAP human and community development committee is to provide advisory input to CMAP staff and the CMAP Board to ensure that the implementation of GO TO 2040 facilitates the achievement of the committee vision and encourages public participation, especially from vulnerable populations, including people with disabilities, low income communities, people of color, and older residents.
Near-Term Initiatives of the Committee:
- Provide input on Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program project identification.
- Provide input to assist in scoping specific LTA projects.
- Improve and coordinate, where possible, regional human and community development activities.
|Gina Massuda Barnett||Cook County Department of Public Health|
|Jennifer Becker||Kane/Kendall Council of Mayors|
|Jeanette Castellanos Butt||United Way of Metropolitan Chicago|
|Jennifer Clary||Social IMPACT Research Center, a program of Heartland Alliance|
Sheri Cohen (co-chairwoman)
Chicago Department of Public Health
|Eira Corral||Village of Hanover Park|
|Michael Davidson (co-chairman)||Chicago Community Trust|
|Fluturi Demirovski||Regional Transportation Authority|
|Laurie Dittman||Mayors Office for People with Disabilities, City of Chicago|
Illinois Department of Transportation
Health and Medicine Policy Research Group
|Marla Fronczak||Northeastern Illinois Area on Aging|
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (Chicago)
|Joanna Greene||Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership|
Center for Neighborhood Technology
|Mary Keating||DuPage County|
|Rene Luna||Access Living|
|Lynn O'Shea||Association for Individual Development (AID)|
|Greg Polman||Chicago Lighthouse|
|Jay Readey||Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights|
|Enrique Salgado, Jr.||WellCare Health Plans, Inc./Harmony|
|Laura Schneider||Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center|
|Janna Simon||Illinois Public Health Institute|
|Dominic Tocci||Cook County Bureau of Economic Development|
|Tammy Wierciak||West Central Municipal Conference|
2015 Meeting Calendar
The committee has no other meetings scheduled through year's end