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Michele K. Desvignes Schilling

researcher , city public policy planner

Michele K. Desvignes Schilling, American city public policy planner, researcher. Precinct captain 4th Ward, Chicago, since 1992; mentor University Chicago Coordinator Council for Minority Affairs, since 1989; member Chicago-Accra committee, Sister Cities International, 1993; board directors Three Arts Club, since 1993. Member American Society Public Administrators, National Forum Black Public Administrators.

Background

Schilling, Michele K. Desvignes was born on October 25, 1963 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Robert and Gwendolyn Desvignes.

Education

Bachelor, University Chicago, 1987.

Career

City planner Department Public Works, City of Chicago, 1988-1991. Assistant director city-wide infrastructure management system Office of Budget and Management City of Chicago, 1991-1994, coordinator special projects Department of buildings, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Avocations: book collecting (international fairy tales), omniheurist.

Membership

Precinct captain 4th Ward, Chicago, since 1992. Mentor University Chicago Coordinator Council for Minority Affairs, since 1989. Member Chicago-Accra committee, Sister Cities International, 1993.

Board directors Three Arts Club, since 1993. Member American Society Public Administrators, National Forum Black Public Administrators.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: book collecting (international fairy tales), omniheurist.

Connections

father:
Robert Desvignes

mother:
Gwendolyn Desvignes