By Kirsten Keller David Luna came of age in working class Chicago neighborhoods, the son of Mexican-Americans who put the needs of the community in the same bucket as the needs of the family. And this, the new executive director of Winnetka based Open Communities said, is where he learned
by Phil Rockrohr Open Communities has tapped a Highland Park man to advance the social mission it expanded under outgoing executive director Gail Schechter, the agency announced March 30. David Luna, a 30-year advocate of social justice in the Midwest, will assume leadership on April 25, said Jes Scheinpflug, spokeswoman
The Board of Directors of Open Communities has named David Luna its new executive director. Luna, a longtime social justice leader in the Midwest, succeeds Gail Schechter, who has served as executive director since 1993. He is committed to advancing Open Communities’ mission of a more diverse, inclusive and welcoming
Open Communities’ Board of Directors has named David Luna, a longtime social justice leader in the Midwest, as the organization’s new Executive Director. Luna has nearly 30 years of professional experience in organizational change, strategy development, policy advocacy, diversity & inclusion, and leadership coaching. David will bring his deep experience
After 22 years as the Executive Director of Open Communities, Gail Schechter is leaving the agency in mid-January to pursue new opportunities to advocate for social justice. While we are sad that our visionary leader and mentor is moving on, we are so grateful that she has put in place
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