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Comings & Goings: Anichini, Rudolph, Wilen
Heather Anichini has been appointed president and chief executive officer of the Chicago Public Education Fund. Anichini was a vice president for career leadership initiatives at Teach for America. She was also a senior strategic planner in CPS’ Office of Planning and Development.
Angela Rudolph, an education program officer at The Joyce Foundation, is stepping down to become a consultant for Democrats for Education Reform, a political action committee. A search for a replacement is under way.
Julie Wilen, former education program officer at the Circle of Service Foundation, is now the director of strategic planning for the Center for Urban Education Leadership at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Education. She will help develop and train principals throughout the city.