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Clarence Hogan Is New Assistant Program Officer

Published: June 2, 2014

Clarence Hogan has joined the LISC Chicago team as Assistant Program Officer overseeing neighborhood-based digital skills training. Hogan will manage work across LISC Chicago's network of 13 Centers for Working Families to connect neighborhood residents to the digital skills needed to improve economic opportunities and quality of life. 

Clarence Hogan

Gordon Walek

“Clarence is a great addition to LISC Chicago and we are excited to have him join our team,” said Susana Vasquez, Executive Director, LISC Chicago. “Clarence has a strong background in digital literacy and has developed unique programs using technology to teach and empower local communities. His experience supports our mission to connect neighborhoods to the resources they need to become healthier and stronger.”

Prior to joining LISC Chicago, Hogan managed the LISC-supported FamilyNet Center at Metropolitan Family Services-Kennedy King College in Englewood. He taught digital literacy classes to expand career opportunities, financial literacy and quality of life for local residents; orchestrated the integration of technology into three core services of the Center for Working Families; and instructed in-person and online digital literacy courses on all levels.

“I am excited to join the talented team at LISC Chicago,” said Hogan. “I look forward to using my experience and expertise to build stronger communities through the use of technology.”

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