MFS DuPage Announces New Board Members

Four representatives from DuPage County’s business and government arenas have been named to the Community Board of Metropolitan Family Services DuPage. They include:

  • The Honorable Michael Gresk, Mayor of Wheaton and the Assistant Vice President at First Choice Bank in Wheaton. Mayor Gresk earned his B.A. from St. Joseph’s College and his Master’s degree from Southern Illinois University. He has two grown sons and resides with his wife, Kathleen, in Wheaton. He also is actively involved in the Lion’s Club, the Exchange Club and St. Michael Church.
  • William Jennrich, Director of Retail Banking for West Suburban Bank in Darien, Ill. Jennrich earned his B.S. from Northeastern Illinois University and his MBA from Keller Graduate School. Jennrich resides in Frankfort with his three sons and his wife, Susan. Bill also serves as the President of the Frankfort Baseball Association and is the Webmaster for Cub Scout Pack 270.
  • Michael Mazza, Owner and Principal at Michael P. Mazza LLC in Glen Ellyn, where he practices patent law. Mazza earned his B.S. from Notre Dame University, his J.D. from Loyola University and his L.L.M. in Intellectual Property Law from John Marshall Law School. He resides in Glen Ellyn with his wife, Mary Ellen, and their four children. Mazza is a member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the Union League Club, and he serves on the Board of Directors for Hurco Companies, Inc.
  • Susan Rose, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, School of Social Welfare, and an Elmhurst Alderman. She earned her B.A. from Wheaton College and her M.S.W. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Susan resides in Elmhurst with her husband, Robert. Susan has published numerous articles related to social work practice and has served as an Editorial Advisory Board Member of Social Work Education for an international social work journal.

About Metropolitan Family Services
Metropolitan Family Services is one of Chicago’s first human services agencies, reaching more than 50,000 individuals and families in the city and the suburbs with programs and services that help families realize their potential and lead healthy, productive lives. Programs range from parenting, after-school and violence prevention to counseling, mental health and legal aid services.