Brian Page: Vice President of Development
Chicago, IL – All Chicago Making Homelessness History has named Brian Page as Vice President of Development. Page, who is a licensed and ordained chaplain, has more than 20 years of experience managing multi-level, mission-based organizations. Most recently, he was the Senior Vice President of Operations & Advancement at Shepherds College in Union Grove, WI., the nation's leading post-secondary school serving the learning needs of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In this role, he oversaw all fundraising, operations, human resources and marketing.
Previously, Page was Director of Communications, Legislative Affairs, and Community Engagement for William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, IL. He has also served as Director of Sales and Business Development for Christian Brothers Services in Romeoville, IL.
In October 2015, the Emergency Fund and the Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness merged creating All Chicago Making Homelessness History. The merger allowed the two organizations to combine efforts to prevent and end homelessness, remove duplicate efforts, become more administratively efficient and more effectively use limited resources, while maintaining each group’s signature program offerings.
All Chicago Making Homelessness History collaboratively addresses the complex issue of homelessness through Emergency Financial Assistance, Community Partnerships with 43 Chicago agencies, Data Analytics that track Chicago’s progress toward system-wide goals of ending homelessness and a Training and Research approach to help its partners apply proven strategies to prevent and end homelessness in Chicago.