IBC-LEO Elects Inaugural Executive Board (Maywood, IL) — The Illinois Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (IBC-LEO) have officially elected their inaugural Executive Board. Mayor Nathaniel George Booker of the Village of Maywood is the new President, Mayor Jada D. Curry of the Village of Lynwood is 1st Vice President, Mayor Vernard Alsberry of the Village of Hazel Crest is 2nd Vice President, Mayor Joseph Roudez III of Village of University Park is Treasurer, Mayor Roger Agpawa of the City of Markham is Secretary, Mayor Robert Polk of the Village of Burnham as Chaplain, Mayor Katrina Thompson of the Village of Broadview is Parliamentarian.
“Partnership and collaboration is essential the success of any organization. We look forward to working with organizations like with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO), African American Mayor’s Association (AAMA), National League of Cities (NLC), US Conference of Mayors (USCM), Illinois Municipal League (IML), Illinois Legislative Black Caucus (ILBC), Southland Suburban Regional Black Mayor’s Caucus (SSRBMC) West Central Municipal Conference (WCMC) and more,” said newly elected President, Mayor Nathaniel George Booker. “We are dedicated to equipping elected officials, our members and stakeholders with the support, tools, training, technical assistance and advocacy that facilitate their growth, development and leadership capacity. Our organization is here to assist elected officials and our members to better serve Illinois communities, and we can only do this by members partnering with key stakeholders addressing pertinent issues to make Illinois the ideal place for us to live, work and play for Black people.”
IBC-LEO Elects Inaugural Executive Board