Jacqueline Agee, a resident of Chicago Heights, took her seat on the Board in May of 2007. Ms. Agee is an attorney and specializes in municipal law. She was formerly a police officer for the City of Chicago Heights.
A graduate of Moraine Valley Community College, Ms. Agee earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Illinois State University and a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School. She is a member of the South Suburban Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association. Other community service includes volunteering with Eastern Will County Senior Services and previously serving as a state and local board member of the Police Benevolent & Protective Association of Illinois.
A resident of Chicago Heights, Marc Wiley was elected to the Board in April 2011. He has worked for the Cook County Sheriff's Police Department for more than 20 years, patrolling Ford Heights, Bloom, Rich, and Bremen Township.
Mr. Wiley has an A.A.S. degree from Triton College and a B.S. from Lewis University. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Harvey Brooks Foundation, a former member of the South Suburban Council for Alcohol and Substance Abuse, and a community activist for At Risk Youth. He also is a member of the Scottish Rite Freemasonry.
A resident of Chicago Heights, Cynthia Somer was elected to the Board in April 2009.
Ms. Somer has an associate degree in nursing from Prairie State College, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Lewis University, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification.
She is currently a critical care registered nurse at Ingalls Memorial Hospital. She previously was a cardiology supervisor at WellGroup Health Partners of Chicago Heights and a nurse manager for Southwest Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Center. Ms. Somer is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing.
Ms. Donohue is a resident of Park Forest. She served on the PSC Board from April 2005 to 2011 and was recently re-elected to a serve another six year term. Ms. Donohue has been in involved with community organizations such as the Park Forest Library, Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Tall grass Arts Association, and South Suburban Family Shelter.
Ms. Donohue, retired, previously was employed as the Executive Director of the South Metropolitan Regional Higher Education Consortium. She holds a B.A. and a M.A. from Governors State University.
Ms. Doyle, a resident of Chicago Heights, took her seat on the Board in November 2003. She is the Assistant Executive Director of the South Cook Intermediate Service Center (ISC), which serves the 66 school districts in the south suburbs. She also serves as the Regional Reading First coordinator.
She holds an Ed.D in Educational Administration and Leadership from National Louis University, an M.S. in Reading Education from Chicago State University and a B.S. in Elementary Education from Illinois State University. She serves on the board of the South Suburban Reading Council and on the Illinois State Board of Education's Reading First Steering Committee.
A resident of Olympia Fields, Brunetta Hill-Corley joined the board in 2009 to fill the remaining term of a resigned Board member.
Ms. Hill-Corley has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Spellman College, a master’s in Public Administration from Roosevelt University, and a M.A. in School Leadership from Concordia University. She is a member of the Illinois Association of Business Officials and founder and past president of the Sauk Village Classified Union.
Wendell D. Mosby, a resident of Chicago Heights, was elected to the Board in April 2011. Mr. Mosby is a Youth Development Consultant and the Executive Director of Greater Faith Baptist Church.
Mr. Mosby is a graduate of Iowa State University, where he earned a B.S. degree in apparel production management. He also has an A.A. degree in fashion production from the Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago. Mr. Mosby is a member of several community organizations, including service as a board member of the Iowa State University Alumni Association Club of Chicago, Union Street Gallery, and Seton Academy.