Stan Sloan
Age: 53

Sloan is CEO of Chicago House and Social Service Agency, which provides housing for people impacted by AIDS. He is also an openly gay Episcopal priest.

Sloan has been a volunteer with: St. Gregory's Episcopal School; Museum of Contemporary Art Audience Development and Diversity Committee; Anti-Defamation League of Chicago; and is former pastor, Sts. George and Matthias in Roseland. he has been a board member with The Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness ( Current Chair ) Board of Directors; Chicago Coalition for the Homeless: Chair, Major Gifts Committee; ACLU of Illinois: Nomination Committee, Race Relations Committee, Gay and Lesbian Task Force Member, Government Relations Committee; City of Chicago Governing Board for Homeless Services Board ( Continuum of Care ) , helped author the 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness; Partnership to End Homelessness: Chair ( 2 years )
Development/Public Relations Committee; Executive Committee, Secretary
of Board; American Public University System Advisory Board ( Washington,
DC ) l Board Chair, Chicago Housing for Heath Partnership ( CHHP ) ; Episcopal AIDS Task Force.

He is a founder of the Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness.

  Video Interview Date: 2007-06-06 Interviewer: Tracy Baim





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