Tag Archives: leadership

Jessica Brock, Child’s Voice Early Intervention Specialist, Receives Rising Star Award

CHILD’S VOICE EARLY INTERVENTION SPECIALIST HONORED BY GREATER OAK BROOK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce honored Jessica Brock, Child’s Voice Early Intervention Specialist, on April 3, 2019 at Gibson’s Bar & Steakhouse in Oak Brook at their Annual Meeting and Awards Breakfast.  Over 250 participants enjoyed breakfast, celebrated local companies […]

Alumni Success Story – Thanks Callan!

Alumni Success Story – Callan, Class of 2012 On December 11, 2018 the Midwest Business Brokers and Intermediaries (MBBI) invited Child’s Voice to attend their annual holiday party at The Drake Hotel in Oak Brook.  For the last six years, MBBI has selected Child’s Voice as the beneficiary of their annual golf tournament, for which […]

Alumni Success Story – Meet Mia

Alumni Success Story – Meet Mia Child’s Voice Alumna Elected to Student Council We are so proud of Mia, a 2015 Child’s Voice graduate!  She is now a 4th grader at Romona Elementary School in Wilmette.  She was elected to her school council by submitting the following letter to her schoolmates: I am interested in […]

Child’s Voice is Updating Their Strategic Plan

Child’s Voice Strategic Planning Process Every three years Child’s Voice updates its strategic plan. We have been doing this every three years since I first joined the team in 1999. Referring to an old saying, “we’ve come a long way, baby”, we surely have! Child’s Voice has grown leaps and bounds since 1999.  For the […]

Alumni Board Update

CHILD’S VOICE ALUMNI GATHER TOGETHER   Dozens of Child’s Voice alumni gathered together in May.  These graduates, all former students at Child’s Voice, enjoyed a day of games, food, and the chance to reconnect with former classmates and fellow alumni. Child’s Voice helps children with hearing loss learn to listen and speak. Students wear hearing […]

Child’s Voice kicks off fundraiser to celebrate Earth Day

We Need Your Help! Child’s Voice FUNDrive starts Monday, April 23rd We are excited to kick off a special FUNDrive with our School Program.  From Monday, April 23rd thru Thursday, May 3rd, Child’s Voice will be collecting clothing or other soft good items that will be donate to others less fortunate.  We thought this was […]

Kate Bousum honored by Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce

Child's Voice Director of Advancement Kate Bousum, CFRE.

Child’s Voice Director of Advancement Honored by Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce  The Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce honored Kate Bousum, CFRE, Child’s Voice Director of Advancement, on March 20, 2018 at their Annual Meeting.  Kate received the Under 40 Leadership Award for Nonprofits. Since 2010, Kate has served on the Advancement Team. […]

From Child’s Voice to Grad School – a true college success story!

Child’s Voice ’99 Graduate, Mitch Olsen, was recently featured in “Hearing our Way”, the only magazine for kids and teens with hearing loss. Mitch is a graduate student in deaf education at the Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. He has a profound hearing loss and wears bilateral cochlear implants. In […]

Child’s Voice expert team expands!

Child’s Voice is proud to announce new staff members Child’s Voice has added new faces to its teams.  From Programs to the Business Office, these individuals bring their expertise to the Child’s Voice staff.   New staff includes: Lisa DiPietro, Early Intervention and Audiology Assistant: In her role, Lisa assists both Programs with scheduling appointments, authorizations, […]

Happy Retirement Bill Hinkle

CHILD’S VOICE RECOGNIZES BILL HINKLE FOR OVER 17 YEARS OF SERVICE TO CHILDREN WITH HEARING LOSS Bill Hinkle has changed the lives of hundreds of children and their families. As the Business Manager at Child’s Voice for over 17 years, Bill has helped to ensure not only the success of Child’s Voice, but the success […]