Army to advocacy

Jennifer Riley-Collins will tell you that selfishness was a large motivator behind her life of social justice and advocacy. But her definition of “selfish” — advocating for the underrepresented in part as a means of improving the world for her sons — might be a bit atypical.Riley-Collins is the new vice president of advocacy for the Chicago-based Sargent Shriver National Center on …

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