Evan Freund is an accomplished health services executive and consultant. He served as Executive Director and COO of ambulatory medical care and HMO delivery systems in Chicago for over twenty-five years. His career orientation in health care was focused on the development of services for underserved populations, urban and rural. He holds an MA from the University of Minnesota in Political Science and Public Administration, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a life Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Evan has been head of the Criminal Justice Task Force at First Unitarian Church of Chicago since 2016. He serves as a volunteer employment strategist at the CARA Program, a vocational rehab organization. He is Chair of the Board of Directors of Community Counseling Centers of Chicago, and a board member of Citizens for Global Solutions, a Washington-based advocacy organization for world governance. He has been a volunteer consultant to numerous charities as a member of the Executive Service Corps of Chicago since 2003, and has managed strategic planning and board development projects for ESC.
Evan has been married for 48 years to Nan Freund, an educational therapist, and has two married adult sons and two grandchildren.