Although C.I.T.Y. began in the NW Suburbs of Chicago, Local Leaders are working to bring awareness & implementation of our innovative resources, events, & programs to their home communities.
What? You don't see your neighborhood represented? Reach out to us! We'd love to have contacts all across Chicagoland!
As Founder and Board Chair for the C.I.T.Y. of Support organization, Beth has been involved in the development of every aspect of this group. As a resident in the NW suburbs, so many of the events, programs, and resources have been started in her backyard. And while she continues to be committed to outreach in her neighborhood, she is thrilled to expand C.I.T.Y.'s reach to other communities as well. More information about Beth can be found under the C.I.T.Y. of Board Members tab.
Corrie has been a pediatric occupational therapist specializing in Early Intervention for the last 8 years, and working for Little Steps Pediatric Therapy for the last 4 1/2 years. Her husband and she have been married for 3 years and have a wonderfully active toddler running around our house. In her free time (what's that really?), she loves being crafty, indoor rock climbing, and reading.
Besides being a mother to the ferrari-engined sweet toddler Anya, and little baby Joey on the way, Annette is a serial experience chaser and crusty bread aficionado. In her free time she enjoys cooking, gardening, hosting dinner parties, travel, and Homegoods. Her mission with this organization is to bring parents and caregivers of children in therapy together to gather and engage in local events that will encourage and strengthen the C.I.T.Y. community.
Abby is a mom of three, ages 18 to 3 years old, and knows well the challenges of parenting children of diverse ages and abilities! Her youngest son was diagnosed with a rare genetic deletion causing lifelong disabilities, which started her family on a new adventure—one she is so grateful to be traveling with like-minded parents as part of C.I.T.Y. of Support. In addition to being a mom, Abby is a grant writer and fundraiser for a Chicago area nonprofit.
Sarah is a speech/language pathologist and the founder of Pediatric Interactions, providing speech therapy from Early Intervention to young adults. She's also seen therapy from the "other side" as a parent of a daughter who was born premature with developmental challenges.