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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
This year's program will include both an in-person experience at the Chicago History Museum AND a virtual experience viewable right here from the safety of your homes! More details to come on both experiences.
This year's Emcee
Glenn Marshall joins WGN-TV from WGCL-TV (CBS) Atlanta where he worked on breaking local news stories as well as fill-in traffic anchor.
Prior to that he worked at The Weather Channel as both a producer and correspondent. He also recently worked for “Sister Circle Live” as a segment producer, creating content for the national cable TV talk show.
Earlier in his career, he worked as a general assignment reporter at both NBC Boston/NECN (New England Cable News), and WICS-TV (ABC) in Springfield, Illinois.
Glenn started out at WMAQ-TV (NBC) Chicago, working his way up from intern to desk assistant to news associate. A native of the Chicago area, Glenn received his B.A. in Communications from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.
Auctioneer for live auction and paddle raise:
Anthony Moseley has been the Artistic Director of Collaboraction in Chicago since 1999 using theatre as a tool to cultivate empathy, dialogue and action around Chicago’s history of racism and oppression. Notable work include creating and producing the Sketchbook Festival (2000 - '16), Peacebook Festival (2016 - '21) and serving as a Producer on Sandra Delgado's La Havana Madrid in a 2019 co-production with Teatro Vista at the Den Theater. As a writer/director he created Crime Scene: a Chicago Anthology, This is Not a Cure For Cancer, Connected and A Blue Island in the Red Sea. Anthony is also a, event producer/director/auctioneer and Master of Ceremonies. He was the MC for Kidzapalooza at Lollapalooza and Austin Kiddie Limits in 2019 and he crushed it. He also is the creator and MC of Collaboraction's interactive Dome of Dance and has been seen recently as an actor as Dr. Marvin Simms on Chicago Med. Go to collaboraction.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or connect.