Kenneth Sain, Vice-President and Secretary
Mr. Sain is a partner in the Chicago-area law firm of Carroll and Sain and a court arbitrator.
He is a former deputy mayor and chief administrative officer of the city of Chicago and an expert in urban issues relating to management, communication, crime, transportation, health and emergency preparedness.
He was: a founder, Director and General Counsel of the Chicago Fiber Optic Corporation; Director and General Counsel for Metropolitan Fiber Systems, Inc.; a founder, President and Director of Midway Air Transportation, Inc.;
a founder, Director and General Counsel for Midway Airlines Corporation; the founder and President of Administration Management Improvement Systems; Director, Regional Transportation Authority of Illinois; Director,
Northeastern Illinois Railroad Corporation; Director and Member of the Executive Committee, United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago; Vice President and Member of the Executive Board, Chicago Boys and Girls Clubs;
Trustee and Member of the Executive Committee, Adler Planetarium; Director and Member of the Executive Committee, Saint Joseph’s Hospital Foundation.
Mr. Sain was the Chairman of the Chicago-Cook County Criminal Justice Commission and the Chairman of the National Energy Task Force of the Urban Consortium in Washington, D.C. He created and implemented innovative programs and
projects such as: the Chicago Crisis Intervention Program whereby social workers were mobilized with police to handle non-crime calls; the first paramedic ambulance program in Chicago; the first 911 Telecommunications in a major city;
the Public Housing Crime Safety Program; the South Austin Anti-Crime Partnership; the Chicago Arson Task Force; the designation of Chicago as the first single jurisdiction Health Service Areas; the creation of the Health
Systems Agency of Chicago; and, the Chicago Energy Task Force.
Mr. Sain is a graduate of Loyola University, Vanderbilt University School of Law and the U.S. School of Naval Justice and served on active duty in the U.S. Navy. He has also been active in education, holding the positions of law
lecturer at the Chicago Bar Association and the Chicago Police Academy; assistant professor of social work, Graduate School of Loyola University; adjunct professor of law at John Marshall Law School; and adviser to the Public
Management Program at the Kellogg Graduate School of Northwestern University.