Black Creativity Strategic Development Committee
The Museum's Black Creativity Program highlights African American achievements in science and technology, and inspires African American children to consider careers in these fields. As recommended by the African American Outreach Task Force, the Black Creativity Strategic Development Committee was formed to develop ideas and provide recommendations to ensure the timeliness, relevancy and to maximize the impact of the Black Creativity program for the community, the organizers and the Museum. The Museum thanks the following committee members for volunteering their time and talents to this project.
Risa R. Davis
Murrell J. Higgins Duster
Northeastern Illinois University
Lawrence I. Hollins
The Hollins Group Inc.
Wayne E. Morgan
WE Morgan Group, Inc.
Desirée G. Rogers
Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas
Shari E. Runner
Black Creativity Gala Committee
Cedric D. Thurman
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc.
James H. Wooten, Jr.
Illinois Tool Works, Inc.
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