Patricia Fron, Co-Executive Director
Patricia Fron is the Co-Executive Director of the Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance, jointly leading the organization’s membership programming, policy and advocacy initiatives, and providing individualized fair housing training and technical assistance to a wide array of stakeholders including counties, municipalities, housing providers, developers, housing counselors, and community based organizations. Patricia previously worked at the Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing advocating for tenant rights and conducting original research and reporting including the region’s first Fair Housing and Equity Assessment, released in 2013. Patricia received her Master of Social Work degree from Loyola University Chicago. Contact Patricia: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gianna Baker, Co-Executive Director
Gianna Baker is the Co-Executive Director of the Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance. She has nearly 14 years of experience in community development, community organizing and policy advocacy. Previously, she worked at Housing Action Illinois where she was responsible for affordable housing advocacy efforts, managing the statewide membership program and Housing Action’s AmeriCorps VISTA network. In 2012, she worked as an adjunct professor at Loyola University of Chicago’s Institute for Pastoral Studies, where she taught a graduate course on the principles of community organizing. Gianna currently serves on the governor-appointed board of the Illinois Statewide Independent Living Council, which supports the community integration of people with disabilities. Gianna earned her M.A. in Community Development from North Park University and her B.A. from Howard University. Contact Gianna: email@example.com
Sarah Delgado, Community Engagement and Education Manager
Sarah Delgado serves as CAFHA’s Community Engagement and Education Manager. Previously, Sarah served as a Housing Counselor, then Condominium Program Manager and Interim Executive Director at Lakeside Community Development Corporation. She was responsible for facilitating housing education, technical assistance and counseling, including fair housing laws and best practices to landlords, tenants, homeowners, condominium boards, social service agencies, banking staff, and real estate professionals. Sarah received her Masters in Social Work with an emphasis on Social and Economic Development from Washington University in St. Louis. Contact Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maria Moon, Housing Justice Organizer
Maria Moon is CAFHA's Housing Justice Organizer and is a trained Peace Circle Keeper, film- maker, and spoken word artist, and oral historian. Previously, Maria served as a community organizer with Cabrini Green Legal Aid and worked with Growing Home, Inc. as their first Outreach Assistant in Englewood. Maria was also the facilitator of Visible Voices, a peer support group for formerly incarcerated women with Chicago Legal Advocacy for Incarcerated Mothers. Through this work, Maria was part of the successful passage of HB2373, the Illinois Record Sealing and Expansion Bill, and HB3904, the Women’s Correctional Services Act (WCA), passed in 2017. Maria currently studies Inner City/Urban Studies at Northeastern Illinois University. Contact Maria at email@example.com.