Walter Massey Shares a Moment in Black History

Walter Massey Shares a Moment in Black History
Photos courtesy of the "Chicago Sun-Times"

Walter Massey, president emeritus of SAIC, became a part of history in Chicago this past week as all five of City Hall's sister agencies are now headed by African Americans reports the Chicago Sun-Times. Avis LaVelle was recently appointed as the president of the Chicago Park District board of commissioners. The four others who hold promient positions are: Terry Peterson as chair of the Chicago Transit Authority, John Hooker as chair of the Chicago Housing Authority, Frank Clark as president of the Chicago Board of Education, and Walter Massey as chair of the Board of the City Colleges of Chicago. Massey says, "I think it's a significant event. It makes me feel very pleased and proud of Chicago."