Highland Park attorney joins Center for Enriched Living board
• Attorney Jeff Greenspan of Highland Park has been named to the board of directors of the Center for Enriched Living, a Riverwoods-based, nonprofit organization serving teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Greenspan is a member of Cozen O'Connor's Litigation Department in Chicago. He concentrates his practice in the areas of professional liability, general commercial litigation and fee dispute litigation matters, representing clients in all phases of litigation at both the trial and appellate levels.
Active in the American Bar Association, Greenspan serves as subcommittee chairman of News and Development and web editor for the Trial Practice committee for the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. In this role, he solicits and authors articles on current litigation topics for the Trial Practice committee's website and its various publications.
For more than 50 years, the Center for Enriched Living has enriched the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities from youth through adulthood. The center provides a vibrant community for its members with opportunities for life enrichment through social, recreational, educational and employment programs at its headquarters and online. Visit www.CenterForEnrichedLiving.org.
• Dr. Elizabeth Neubauer has joined the Roselle office of Weil Foot & Ankle Institute.
Dr. Neubauer earned a bachelor's degree in movement science from the University of Michigan and a doctor of podiatric medicine degree from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago.
She also holds a master's degree in health care administration from the College of Health Professions at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.
Most recently, Dr. Neubauer served as chief resident, foot and ankle surgery, at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Dr. Neubauer is a former competitive gymnast and collegiate cheerleader. She is now an avid runner, who understands the unique benefits that podiatry provides athletes.
• Nicole T. Schiller, a 2020 Palatine High School graduate, was one of 285 student caddies nationwide awarded a full tuition and housing scholarship from the Evans Scholarship Foundation in 2020. Schiller will attend the University of Minnesota, where she will study biology, with plans to be an orthodontist.
While at Palatine High School, Schiller was a three-year member of the Science Olympiad Team, medaling at state twice and serving as a team captain in 2020. She is a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar with distinction.
Also a caddie at Inverness Golf Club and an Evans Scholar, Schiller graduated with a cumulative, weighted GPA of 4.69.
In 1930, the Western Golf Association and celebrated amateur golfer Charles "Chick" Evans Jr., established the Evans Scholars Foundation, a Glenview-based nonprofit organization that provides full tuition and housing college scholarships to golf caddies.
Operated by the Western Golf Association, the Evans Scholars Foundation has helped more than 11,050 caddies graduate from college since its creation in 1930.
• The Knox College Theatre Department awarded Emma Bohman of Hoffman Estates the Colton Prize for Excellence in Public Performance.
The Colton Prize for Excellence was established for the Gnothautii Literary Society by Gen. David D. Colton, Class of 1853. The prize is awarded annually to the student judged most outstanding in a public performance in speech or theater.
Bohman holds a major in theater and is a member of the Knox College, Galesburg, Class of 2021.
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