Executive Director, National Public Housing Museum
Design Mentor: The Cardinal’s Path
Professor and Art Department Chair, Harper College
Stephany E. Rimland is a Professor of Art History and Chair of the Art Department at Harper College. She has been employed in the Art Department at Harper College for 20 years. Her teaching includes, but is not limited to, Gothic through Romantic Art, Introduction to the Visual Arts, and Modern to Contemporary Art.
Project Coordinator, City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development
Ty McCarthy grew up in Olathe, Kansas, and currently lives in Chicago. Ty graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Masters in Regional and City Planning; Urban Design. He currently works as a Project Coordinator for the City of Chicago in the Department of Planning and Development. When he isn’t at work, Ty enjoys exploring Chicago, watching Survivor, playing Frisbee golf, and riding Divvy bikes to the max.
Forest Preserve District Director of Communications
Carl Vogel is the Director of Communications for the Forest Preserves of Cook County, which protects nearly 70,000 acres of natural public land throughout Cook County and is one of the oldest and largest forest preserve districts in the United States. Prior to joining the Forest Preserves he has been the editor of nonprofit magazines in New York and Chicago, an adjunct professor at New York University, and a communications consultant for universities, think tanks, community groups, and government agencies, with a focus on urban policy and social change.
Superintendent, Forest Preserve District of Cook County
Cook County Commissioner, 4th District
Cook County Commissioner, 8th District
Cook County Commissioner, 12th District
An avid flag enthusiast, and member of the North American Vexillological Association, Commissioner Britton was ready to jump into the flag redesign project with both feet.
While his favorite flag is the Union Jack, he thinks that the designs devised by the students of Cook County could create a new favorite.