Rebekah Paine | Victory Gardens Theater
Secretary & Treasurer
Jim Pomposelli | Perl Mortgage
Vice Chair of Membership
Kristen Johnson Brogan | On Target Living
Vice Chair of Business Attraction and Retention
Carissa Shaffer | Knife & Tine
Vice Chair of Community Outreach
Ken Labok | Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Vice Chair of Tourism
Erika Nelson | Steppenwolf Theatre Company
General Board Members
Grace Berry | Fox Ford Lincoln
Brad Bohmer | Physicians Immediate Care
Sophie Evanoff | Vanille Patisserie
Gillian Gorra | Emerald City Theatre Company
Marybeth Johnson | Lincoln Park Zoo
Jeff Lawler | Geja’s Cafe
Christopher Matern | Christopher Matern Attorney at Law
Jonathan Mayotte | Thornton Powell Insurance
Caroline McAteer | DePaul University Career Center
Henson Robinson | R.W. Troxell & Company Insurance
Erik Schwinger | Baird & Warner
Eric Stern | Stern Insurance Group
David Thompson | Thompson Interior Studio
Jill Valentine | Bridgeview Bank
Kim Schilf, IOM, ACE | Email | President & CEO
Kim joined the LPCC in 1993 as the vice president of member services and has served as president and CEO since 1998. Kim served on the Board of the Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (IACCE) from 2002 to 2007, and in 2004 was the IACCE chairman of the Board. Kim is a 2002 Notre Dame graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management (IOM) program and received the designation of Accredited Chamber Executive (ACE) from IACCE in November 2007. Kim has a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Valparaiso University.
Bryan Biello | Email | Marketing and Community Outreach Manager
Prior to joining the LPCC in 2015, Bryan worked as an Event Operations Manager at Stagnito Business Information, where he coordinated conference logistics. He has also held positions at the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce in Ithaca, NY and the Histiocytosis Association. Bryan’s passion for engaging community through memorable experiences emerged during his time at Cornell University, where he served on a variety of student boards, planning and marketing recreational programs. Bryan holds a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Cornell University.
Stephanie Feldbein | Email | Membership and Events Coordinator
Prior to joining the LPCC in 2012, Stephanie served as an independent contractor with FDC Foundation and as an intern for former 43rd Alderman Vi Daley, Senator Dick Durbin, and Chicago Special Events. She graduated from Bradley University with a major in Communications with a focus on Public Relations and a minor in Political Science. She was born and raised in Lincoln Park.
Robin Hammond | Email | Director of Marketing and Communications
Prior to joining the LPCC in 2016, Robin Hammond was with The Second City, Chicago’s legendary improv & sketch comedy theater, for over sixteen years. During her time at The Second City, she served in many roles for the company including producer as well as director of marketing & communications in support of their theaters, training center and corporate division, Second City Works. During her time with The Second City, Robin produced and promoted hundreds of events in Chicago and all over the country. Additionally, Robin was an active member of the local business, tourism and cultural community serving on the Board of Directors for the League of Chicago Theaters and the Old Town Merchants and Residents Association. Robin holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and currently lives with her family in Lincoln Park.
Frank Kryzak | Email | Director of Community Development
Prior to joining the LPCC in 2016, Frank served as the Special Service Area (SSA) 28 program manager for the Six Corners Association, a sole service provider for SSA 28 located on the Northwest Side of Chicago. Frank holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a master of urban planning & policy degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs. Frank is passionate about Chicago; engaging with community stakeholders; creating solutions to economic and planning-related issues; developing long term policies for equitable neighborhood growth; and making neighborhoods more pedestrian friendly, vibrant, and sustainable.