Please join the Illinois Jaycees in congratulating Kaili Benefield Harding for being recognized as a 2016 Outstanding Young Person of Illinois.
The Outstanding Young Person (TOYP) program annually recognizes young people throughout Illinois who excel intheir chosen fields, endeavors and show a great commitment to their respective communities.
Kaili was recognized in the category of Personal improvement and/or accomplishment. She is President of theSchaumburg Business Association, a professional speaker, philanthropist and pageant titlist.
During her tenure as President of the Schaumburg Business Association, membership and event attendance hasincreased. In 2015, she was named Ms. Illinois Galaxy. She also earned the crown of Mrs. Illinois America in 2005and went to compete at the Mrs. America Pageant. In 2014, she embarked on a professional speaking career givingpresentations to local and national organizations. Kaili also serves as an executive committee member for theAmerican Diabetes Association and assists many other charitable organizations.
The Illinois Jaycees will honor Kaili along with other honorees on May 14th, 2016 at an awards banquet being held atthe Wyndham Springfield-City Centre. The program will include a video highlighting her accomplishments, a plaquepresentation and opportunity for her to address the audience. If you would like to attend the banquet, tickets can bepurchased at www.iljaycees.org/toyp.
The Outstanding Young Persons Awards program is generously supported by friends and employers of our awardwinners, local Jaycee organizations, Illinois businesses and the Illinois Jaycees Charitable Foundation. Pleaseconsider offering congratulations to Kaili by purchasing space in the banquet program. Print deadline is April 1, 2016.
This donation to the Illinois Jaycees Charitable Foundation is tax deductible. More information can be found atwww.iljaycees.org/toyp.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.
Heather Ulrich and Joanne Rinaldo
Illinois Jaycees TOYP Program Co-Chairs
Posted on Mar, 22
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