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Dan Kotowski, President & CEO of ChildServ

Posted: February 4, 2019 at 11:54 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Dan Kotowski, President & CEO of ChildServ, Chicagoland’s leading human service agency for children and young adults joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dan Kotowski discuss the following:

  1. How did ChildServ get its start in Chicago?
  2. What is ChildServ’s overarching mission? How do the current programs support this mission?
  3. What are the biggest obstacles facing homeless youth today?
  4. How can people support ChildServ?
  5. As a previous state senator, how did you find yourself working in non-profit? What brought you to ChildServ specifically?

Conclusion: Established in 1894, ChildServ has long been a trusted community resource for children, families, and young adults in northern Illinois. ChildServ currently provides early childhood learning, foster care, housing and counseling services to families, impacting 2501 children and teens in the city of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.


Dan Kotowski is the President and CEO of ChildServ. ChildServ is the leading human services organization in Chicago specializing in children and teens and has been serving northern Illinois for 124 years.

ChildServ provides counseling, educational, foster care, and adoption services to 2,501 at-risk children and families throughout Cook, DuPage, Kane, and Lake Counties. The organization has been able to greatly increase its funding and services in recent years thanks to new and ongoing corporate partnerships.

Dan joined ChildServ in October 2015 after spending almost nine years representing Illinois’ 28th District in the state senate. Prior to his election in 2006, Dan served as the Vice President of Development for Uhlich’s Children’s Advantage Network for six years.

Websitechildserv.org

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/ChildServ
Twitter: @ChildServ


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