Comer Education Campus is anchored by Gary Comer Youth Center, Gary Comer Middle School, and Gary Comer College Prep.

Redefining Possible 2021


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Redefining Possible through JOY!

Join us virtually for the Comer Education Campus’ 9th Annual Benefit Event

Event Details

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Featuring Cook County State's Attorney, Kim Foxx, and our remarkable young people who will outline ways you can directly support our mission to prepare youth for college, careers, and futures as well-rounded global citizens.

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Comer Education Campus remains committed to meaningful and innovative solutions that address challenges faced by our young people and our community. We recognize that a collective effort is central to advancing our mission to prepare youth for college, careers, and futures as well-rounded global citizens. Together, we can ensure our young people have the resources necessary to reclaim their joy.

Questions?

Please contact Santrice Martin, Director of Advancement.

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FEATURED SPEAKER

Kimberly M. Foxx is the first African American woman to lead the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office – the country’s second-largest prosecutor’s office. Her vision is to build the most just, equitable, and transparent prosecutor’s office in the country, by working proactively to make all communities safe while investing in policies to address the underlying drivers of contact with the criminal justice system. State’s Attorney Foxx has brought substantial progress in priority areas including wrongful convictions, bond reform, transparency, and gun violence. Born and raised in Cabrini Green on Chicago’s Near North Side, she is a graduate of Southern Illinois University, where she earned a B.A. in Political Science and a J.D. from the School of Law.

YOUTH PANEL

Comer Crops Leader Ammon Styles will lead a dynamic panel session inclusive of fellow Comer Alumni who are redefining possible through joy.


We believe in the unlimited potential of young people and choose to invest in them as the key to a brighter future for our communities and our world.