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Board of Directors
Adlai E. Stevenson III, Chairman
Howard Dubin, Treasurer
Wayne Whalen, Secretary
Edison W. Dick
James M. Houlihan
Daniel Hynes
Carol Spielman

Officers:
Nancy Stevenson, President
James Xue, Deputy Executive Director
Khairy Tourk, Senior Adviser

Advisory Committee
Caroline Cracraft
Katherine Hamilton-Smith
The Honorable Lee Hamilton
Ambassador Tommy Koh
Bill Kurtis
Ambassador Jack Matlock
Frances Mautner-Markhof
Peter Nardulli
Adele Simmons

 
Upcoming Events

Redistricting Local, State and National Voting Boundaries
Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 2:00 P.M. - $15
In collaboration with Change Illinois, the Center will host Nicholas Stephanopolous, Professor at the University of Chicago Law School, specialist in national and international redistricting models; Kathleen Jung Hee Fernicola, Director of Policy and Programs, Asian Americans Advancing Justice; Mike Lawrence, former Director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute and before that, press secretary and senior advisor to Governor Jim Edgar; with James Nowlan, former State Representative and Senior Fellow, Institute of Government and Politics at the University of Illinois, moderator, to discuss the pros, cons and difficulties in the redistricting process.
     
The event above will be held at:
The Stevenson Center on Democracy
25200 N St. Mary’s Rd, Mettawa (Libertyville), IL 60048

coffee and conversation following
  If you have donated $100 or more to the Stevenson Center on Democracy, please use the “Donor Discount” option below to receive a 50% discount.
     
Please register using the links below    
or call the Center at 847-816-7433    
Cost $15    
Regular Registration   Donor Discount Registration
 
     

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