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Sylvia M. Ewing

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Steppenwolf Theatre Company

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Steppenwolf Theatre Company

1650 N. Halsted Street

Chicago, Illinois,60614

United States

Company Description

Committed to the principle of ensemble performance through the collaboration of a company of actors, directors and playwrights, Steppenwolf Theatre Company's mission is to advance the vitality and diversity of American theater by nurturing artists, encouraging...more

Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Faculty Columbia College


Freelance Communications

Chicago Department of Children & Youth Services


Correspondent

Seeking


Affiliations

CTVN incorporated

Board Member


The National Partnership for Educational Access

Host Planning Committee Member


Illinois College Access Network

Board Member


Luster Learning Institute

Board Member


Lutheran Child & Family Services

Board Member


Young Chicago Authors

Board Member


Youth Institute , Young

Board Member


Association for Women Journalists

Board Member


Chicago Headline Club

Board Member


Globalvision

Chicago Liaison


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INCS - Illinois Network of Charter Schools | Team

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Sylvia Ewing
Director of External Affairs sewing@incschools.org 312.629.2063 ext. 33 Sylvia Ewing is the Director of External Affairs for the Illinois Network of Charter Schools, responsible for internal and external communication strategy. Ewing originally came to INCS from Chicago Public Radio's Eight Forty Eight show in 2007. She served briefly as Communications Director then left to spend a season as Director of Steppenwolf Theatre Company's Traffic arts series and the Director of their Public Square civic engagement program for the 2007-2008 season. During this time she served on the INCS Board of Directors. Sylvia came back to INCS in 2008 as Deputy Director and served for a time as Interim Executive Director before her current position. Sylvia Ewing has worked for social change in the non-profit sphere at the Center for Neighborhood Technology, where she worked over the years as a leader of sustainable development and industry transformation in an EPA-funded program to create greener dry cleaners. She led the communications and public education efforts for the Community Energy Cooperative, I-Go car sharing, and at Access Living, a center for disability rights. Sylvia Ewing has also worked on both sides of the microphone, helping nonprofits communicate effectively and covering issues on radio, television, in print and online. She is an award-winning journalist who has worked as a producer and reporter for Chicago Public Radio, WTTW (Chicago's public TV station), and other outlets. Her community service includes serving as past board president of Young Chicago Authors, and she currently serves on the board of the Illinois College Access Network, the City of Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity Advisory board and the advisory council of the Right To Succeed Foundation.


About Us | Calm Classroom

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Sylvia Ewing >
In addition to being a Board Member of the Luster Learning Institute, Sylvia Ewing is the Director of External Affairs for the Illinois Network of Charter Schools (INCS), responsible for internal and external communication strategy. Ms. Ewing originally came to INCS from Chicago Public Radios' Eight Forty Eight show in 2007. She served briefly as Communications Director then left to spend a season as Director of Steppenwolf Theatre Company's Traffic arts series and the Director of their Public Square civic engagement program for the 2007-2008 season. Ms. Ewing has been nominated for three local Emmys, shares an Edward R. Murrow award with her WBEZ colleagues. During this time she served on the INCS Board of Directors. Sylvia came back to INCS in 2008 as Deputy Director and served for a time as Interim Executive Director before her current position. Ms. Ewing has worked for social change in the non-profit sphere at the Center for Neighborhood Technology, where she worked over the years as a leader of sustainable development and industry transformation in an EPA-funded program to create "greener" dry cleaners. She led the communications and public education efforts for the Community Energy Cooperative, I-Go car sharing, and at Access Living, a center for disability rights. Ms. Ewing has also worked on both sides of the microphone, helping nonprofits communicate effectively and covering issues on radio, television, in print and online. She is an award-winning journalist who has worked as a producer and reporter for Chicago Public Radio, WTTW (Chicago's public TV station), and other outlets. Her community service includes serving as past board president of Young Chicago Authors, and she currently serves on the board of the Illinois College Access Network, the City of Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity Advisory board and the advisory council of the Right To Succeed Foundation. Ms. Ewing is also an adjunct professor at Columbia College Chicago, teaching an undergraduate course called "The Business of Broadcasting. Sylvia has been featured in TimeOut Chicago, the Chicago Tribune, and The Chicago Defender, and is a popular moderator and speaker known for her warm and engaging style.


www.lcfs.org

Sylvia Ewing, Steppenwolf Theatre's Producer of Cultural Intersections, served as Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
Ms. Ewing, who shares LCFS' passion for helping youth, encouraged attendees to continue to help youth reach their full potential.


Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois

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Sylvia Ewing, Steppenwolf Theatre's Producer of Cultural Intersections, served as Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
Ms. Ewing, who shares LCFS' passion for helping youth, encouraged attendees to continue to help youth reach their full potential. 


Association for Women Journalists Chicago - Officers, Board of Directors and Key Volunteers

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Sylvia M. Ewing - Member-at-LargeAn award-winning veteran broadcaster, Sylvia Ewing is a former radio producer for Chicago Public Radio's weekday morning newsmagazine, Eight Forty-Eight, where she was part of the team for daily show production and was specifically responsible for features such as Studio 312, Curie Youth Radio: Southwest Side Stories and Dueling Critics.Sylvia joined the staff of Chicago Public Radio in 1991 as a freelance producer/reporter for the Chicago Matters series, where she coordinated town hall meetings and live community broadcast events.She was also an interim producer for the former Chicago Public Radio program The Mara Tapp Show.She left Chicago Public Radio in January 2007 to become Communications Director for the Illinois Network of Charter Schools.In July, 2007, Sylvia joined Steppenwolf Theatre Company.She programs Steppenwolf's Traffic arts series, which provides an intimate and unique intersection of language, lyrics, poetry, and music by bringing together artists of all disciplines, casting them as storytellers in one-night-only presentations on both the Steppenwolf stage and in the community-at-large.She is also the director of Steppenwolf Public Square working to deepen the relationship between the theater and the community.Sylvia has long-time experience reporting and producing for various local programs on WTTW-TV11, including Chicago Tonight, Artbeat and Wild Chicago.She continues to be an on-air pledge talent for WTTW.She hosted a show on WVON 1450 AM, On Target with Sylvia Ewing, and has written for numerous publications including the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Parent and N'Digo.Sylvia shares a Public Radio News Directors, Inc. (PRNDI) Award with her Eight Forty-Eight colleagues and shares an Edward R. Murrow Award for Chicago Matters.She has been nominated for three local Emmys and has received a Peter Lisagor Award and three outstanding awards from the Chicago Association of Black Journalists.Sylvia is a former member of the board of the Chicago Headline Club and its Foundation board.She also serves on the board of Young Chicago Authors, the Community Justice for Youth Institute and the Illinois Network of Charter Schools.Sylvia can be reached at 312-654-5633 and sylvia@sylviaewing.com.Sylvia Ewing - Member-at-Large


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