Shepley's Voice to Assist Pioneer Center Sexual Assault Group
June 16, 2011
E. Regan Daniels Shepley, who was appointed in 2010 to the Development Advisory Committee for the McHenry-based Pioneer Center for Human Services, is undertaking a new role for the center in 2011.
Shepley, a Zukowski, Rogers, Flood & McArdle partner, has been appointed co-chair of the DAC subcommittee for the VOICE Sexual Assault Services program. VOICE provides a variety of services to McHenry County residents including telephone crisis intervention, emergency hospital response, individual crisis counseling, ongoing therapy, the assistance of advocates to accompany victims during treatments and proceedings, education about sexual assault, referrals, other counseling and prevention education.
The Pioneer Center for Human Services is a 501(c)3, non-profit charitable organization that provides direct services to more than 2,500 people. The organization also reaches 10,000 more individuals through its education and outreach to schools and community organizations. For more information about the center, visit its Web site at http://www.pioneercenter.org/.
Shepley practices primarily construction law and local government law at Zukowski, Rogers, Flood & McArdle, the largest law firm in McHenry County, Illinois. A longtime Crystal Lake resident, Shepley also has considerable experience in civil litigation and corporate transactions. She is a member of the Chicago-based Federation of Women Contractors, an organization that includes more than 100 members who are committed to the advancement of entrepreneurial women in the construction industry.
Her community involvement has included serving on the boards of directors of the McHenry County American Cancer Society and the Northwest Area Arts Council. She also has worked with the Raue Center for the Arts and the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce. Since 2007, Shepley has been a member of the board of the McHenry County College Foundation. For more of her credentials, please link to the biography of E. Regan Daniels Shepley.