Meet Our Transition Team
We’ll be ready to get to work on January 9.
Here are the leaders guiding our transition into office.
Moline, Illinois Congresswoman – Illinois’ 17th Congressional District
Cheri, who is serving her fifth term in Congress, is a member of the Democratic House Leadership team. In 2018, she was elected Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and secured party control of the U.S. House in 2020. Cheri has also served on the powerful House Appropriations Committee and is an influential member of the House Agriculture Committee, chairing a subcommittee. She is a founding member of Elect Democratic Women. Born in Springfield, Cheri began her professional career as a journalist working in the Quad-Cities.
“We’re excited to roll up our sleeves and help Alexi build his team and prioritize issues that his administration plans to tackle starting on Day One. We will begin to work on proposals aimed at solving significant challenges, like long lines and wait times. By offering more services online, Illinoisans will be able to avoid trips to the DMV."
Chicago, CEO/Founder of Cabrera Capital Markets and Cabrera Capital Partners
"Over the next several weeks, we’re going to address specific issues that Alexi laid out during his campaign that are of great interest and concern to Illinois citizens. We'll start with looking into ways to improve the customer experience at driver’s license facilities by employing new technology and begin exploring new initiatives that will make streets safer, protect voting rights, curb ethics abuses, increase library access and streamline business services.”
Chicago, Managing Director, Head, J.P. Morgan Asset Management North America Institutional Central and Canada
Stephanie leads the North America Institutional Central U.S. & Canada team at J.P. Morgan Asset Management. She’s also a member of the North America Institutional management team and the Asset Management CEO’s Black Employees Roundtable and that worked on improving the DEI data transparency and disclosure. Prior to that, Stephanie served as vice president and assistant treasurer at Allstate. In 2006, she was elected Chicago City Treasurer where she served two terms.