Board of Directors


GSLA Board of Directors:

The GSLA President‘s role is to lead and facilitate the growth and development of the Greater South Loop Association.  To develop and maintain a relationship with local and national officials as well as business leaders who represent our community.  To effectively voice the community’s collective opinion on issues that affect the quality of life within the South Loop neighborhood.

Director, Business Relations Maintain and develop relationships with current and future businesses in the South Loop.

Director, Community Enhancement Support continued enhancement through beautification of streets, parks, etc., security and maintenance programs.

Director, Real Estate To provide the processes and structure for GSLA to have a strong voice in the development of the South Loop community as a desirable place to live through active interface with developers, the City of Chicago, and elected officials.

Director, Resident Relations Responsible for promoting awareness of the GSLA and membership benefits. Act as a liaison for all residents who express interest in the GSLA. Supervise outreach programs through different avenues of communication.

Secretary – Management of all GSLA formal information including all meeting minutes, recorded documents, and by-law administration.  Maintains relationships and communicates with the various associations, museums, churches and other non-profit organizations in the area.

Treasurer – Responsible for the management of all financial functions and resources for the GSLA.  Prepares and files all financial documents.

Please contact the committee if you are interested in joining or learning more about the committees. A nominating petition can be found here if you would like to submit it to the board for consideration.

To comply with IRS standards for our 501c(3) status, a copy of our tax returns are available and you may refer to additional financial information on the non-profit rating website GuideStar.  If you have any questions, please contact us.

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