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The Chaddick Institute relies heavily on alumni to support its community-engagement efforts. These advisors are among those who remain instrumental to our programs. For both bios and photos of many other Chaddick alumni who remain active, click here.
Matthew Jacques Post Graduate Fellow, and Alumni Program Advisor
Matthew brings to Chaddick several years of business development, communications and entrepreneurial experience. After earning a Bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he studied acting in New York and launched and managed multiple B2C businesses, focusing on improving firms' social benefits and community outreach. Matthew completed his Master's in Public Administration at DePaul's School of Public Service. He is passionate about strengthening the dialogue between citizens and government, infrastructure planning, social service delivery, and community development.
Mallory LivingstonPostgraduate FellowMallory brings to Chaddick several years of research, program development, and fundraising experience. Although a Chicago native, she has spent much of the last decade on the East Coast; after earning a Bachelor’s degree from Colby College in Maine, she worked at an international think tank in Boston, with a focus on researching and improving the social impact of businesses and non-governmental agencies. Two years ago, Mallory returned to Chicago, where she joined the American Heart Association’s corporate development team. Mallory is currently pursuing her Master’s in Public Policy at DePaul’s School of Public Service, and she is passionate about global development and urban design.