Invest the most time in the network and receive the most benefits.
Similar types of activities as core; however, their less frequent involvement results in fewer benefits.
Primarily interested in collaborating with the network as an institutional partner.
Oboi is the President and CEO of Equiticity, a racial equity and mobility movement that seeks to normalize, prioritize, and operationalize racial equity to make our neighborhoods and cities more liveable for people of color. Oboi was previously the Co-Founder and President of Slow Roll Chicago. Oboi works at the intersection of community, advocacy, economics, health, and technology, with an extensive background in both nonprofit management and corporate social responsibility. Oboi is an African-Brazilian by way of cultural adoption, he is studying the health economics of Candomble traditional healing in the African-Brazilian population of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
Emily’s life passion is to help merge the built and natural environment and to uplift communities through sustainable design. While her main focus is currently on the consulting and performance-testing work she does with high performance buildings, she aspires to expand her efforts to incorporate more biophilic design aspects. She sees great value and importance in community and imagines all of Chicago as one community that works together to strengthen all of its parts.
Elvia is a multi-disciplinary artist, educator, and administrator, active for over twenty years. Steeped in community based practices, Elvia has helped foster the creative community in Chicago by collaborating with a variety of groups and individual artists.