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The New Illinois state Director (Thumbs up)

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New Illinois State Director
For the Young Elected Officials Network
CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL – February 28, 2013 – Prairie State College Trustee Wendell Mosby is now the newly appointed Illinois State Director for The Young Elected Officials Network (YEO). Mosby joined the YEO Network in 2011 after being elected the youngest ever Board of Trustees member of Prairie State Community College District #515 at the age 33.

The YEO program is designed to enhance the role of members within the network. The role of State Director is offered to members who wish to take on a leadership role within the network in their state.  
“We are very excited to have Wendell on board as our Illinois State Director,” said Alyssa Hernandez Board Member for Rich Township School District 227 and Mosby’s YEO sponsor.  “He has proven himself a leader countless times and I know that he will do an outstanding job,” she continued.
       1. Assist in the recruitment of potential YEOs within Illinois.
       2. Assist YEO staff in connecting YEOs in Illinois to resources available from the YEO Network.
       3. Provide connections between the YEO Network and state & local progressive organizations. 

Wendell with Alyssa Hernandez in Los Angeles, CA at a Policy Academy on Education Reform. 12/8/2012
About the YEO Network

The mission of the Young Elected Officials (YEO) Network is to unite and support progressive elected leaders who share a passion for building communities that reflect values of freedom, fairness and opportunity. The YEO Network supports elected leaders ages 35 and under, as they define issues, develop solutions, and respond to the needs of their communities. By exchanging ideas, developing leadership skills and connecting with policy development organizations, YEO Network members will be empowered to transform their political vision into progressive action

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