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Board of Directors

Board Members

The Board of Directors for Noble is comprised of professionals with extensive years of business, nonprofit and educational experience. All of Noble’s key supporters, including parents, campus naming donors, and representatives from key foundations and corporations, are represented on our Board. Directors are elected to one-year, renewable terms.

John Butler

Chairman, Cottingham and Butler, Inc.

Harriette Coleman

Program Manager, Alternative School Network, Inc.
Noble Parent

Guy Comer

President, Comer Science & Education Foundation

Jose De La Rosa 

Executive Director of Corporate Strategy & Planning, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma & Texas

Aarti Dhupelia

Vice President, Undergraduate Education, Dean, Undergraduate College at National Louis University

Kate Gilligan

Director, Asutra

Miquel Lewis

Vice-Chair, Noble Board of Directors, Deputy Chief Probation Officer, Cook County Juvenile Probation Department
Noble Parent

Nancy Mils

Advisor on Corporate Strategy & Business, Medline Industries, Inc. 

 

Jeri Mack

Adults Intervention Coordinator, Chicago Partnerships for Health Promotion  Noble Parent

Anne Mueller

Community Leader

Nancy Golder Northrip

Director, Golder Family Foundation
Owner, Ultimate Gymnastics

Susan Poser

Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago

Troy Ratliff

Vice President, The Joseph Kellman Family Foundation

Jonathan Reinsdorf

Chief Executive Officer, FroogalPay, LLC

Lei Schlitz

Executive Vice President, Illinois Tool Works, Inc.

Steve Sullivan

Vice President, NAI Hiffman

David Weinberg

Founder, Illinois Network of Charter Schools

Jennifer Wilson

Chairman, Noble Board of Directors
Partner, DRW

Non-Voting Board Members

Allan Muchin

Chairman Emeritus, Katten Muchin Rosenman
Chairman Emeritus, Noble Board of Directors

Lisette Hernandez

English Teacher, ITW David Speer Academy, President, Noble Alumni Association

Board Schedule, Meeting Minutes, and Public Participation