Springfield, IL – Governor JB Pritzker recently announced several appointments to the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board.
Aaron Anderson will continue to serve as a Member of the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board.*
Anderson currently works as Fund Administrator for the Painters District Council No. 30 Pension and Health and Welfare Funds in Aurora. Previously, he has served in various capacities for the Council as the Director of Employer Recruitment and Retention, Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Management Industry Development Fund, and on the Board of Trustees for the Employee Benefit Fund. In addition, Anderson served as the Chair and Director of the Opportunity Alliance of Illinois, Inc. Anderson earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Arts in Legal and Ethical studies from the University of Baltimore.
Sean Stott will continue to serve as a Member on the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board.*
Stott currently serves as the Director of Governmental Affairs for the Laborers’ International Union of North America Midwest Region and has sat on the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board for 8 years. Prior to joining the Laborer’s International Union, he served as the Legislative Director of the Illinois AFL-CIO, representing workers on issues of worker compensation for 25-years. Stott earned his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire.
Mark Prince will continue to serve as a Member on the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board.*
Prince has been a self-employed attorney in Illinois for 31 years. He has spent his career representing southern Illinoisans who have been injured on the job or by the negligence of others. Previously, Prince served as President of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association and is a current member of the Executive Committee. Prince has been awarded two Trial Lawyer Excellence Awards from the Chicago Verdict Reporter and has served on the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board in the past. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Sangamon State University and a Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University School of Law.
* Appointments pending confirmation by the Illinois Senate.
Source: IL Governor’s Office