Marlon J. Chamberlain is an advocate for people directly impacted by the criminal legal system. He brings over 20 years of lived and professional experience to his work at Heartland Alliance.
Marlon has an established track record of creating effective coalitions. Previously, he served as the Englewood Project Manager with the READI Chicago Program at Heartland Alliance. Prior to that, he was a Community Organizer with the FORCE (Fighting to Overcome Records and Create Equality) Initiative.
Lolita Mack is responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the Title IV grant. She also develops specific strategies to identify at-risk students and implement strategies to identify student difficulties and barriers. Lolita also provides effective interventions to deal with a student's lack of attendance, financial problems, transportation, childcare needs, low self-esteem, poor time-management and/or study skills, and academic difficulty. Retention is her number one focus.
Quianya L. Enge is a community navigator and educator in economic development. Enge received her bachelor’s degree from Northeastern Illinois University in Inner City Studies, a Master of Education in Workforce Education and Development, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Higher Education and Administration from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
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