Terry Peterson, VP – Corporate and External Affairs, Rush University Medical Center

 


 

Terry Peterson
Vice President, Corporate and External Affairs
Rush University Medical Center
Chairman, Chicago Transit Board
Email: [email protected] 

Terry Peterson, vice president of Corporate and External Affairs at Rush University Medical Center, leads, develops and implements federal, state and local government relations initiatives.  As the liaison with elected officials, government agencies and advocacy organizations, Mr. Peterson advises Rush leadership on policy issues affecting the Medical Center, and is the primary contact for hospital and university staff regarding governmental issues affecting healthcare.  Mr. Peterson champions the issues of health disparities for theMedicalCenter, marshaling the providers, government and community leaders to address inequities in health care delivery throughoutChicagoandCookCounty.

Mr. Peterson was appointed Chairman of the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) by Mayor Richard M. Daley and retained by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.  The CTA operates the nation’s second largest public transportation system with average weekday ridership of 1.7 million an annual budget of 1.2 billion dollars.  In 2007, he served as campaign manager for Mayor Richard Daley’s successful re-election campaign, during which he planned and implemented campaign activities and built coalitions.  As CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority from 2000-2006, Mr. Peterson led the organization’s $1.5 billion program to transform Chicago’s public housing from unsafe, high-density developments to safe, low-rise mixed-income communities. His accomplishments include completing the first public housing bond issuance in the country.  During his tenure, Mr. Peterson closed finance deals on 34 mixed income development sites, which leveraged over $1 billion in public and private investment.

As Alderman of Chicago’s 17th ward from 1996-2000, Mr. Peterson generated more than $200 million in development for the Auburn-Gresham andEnglewoodcommunities.  In addition, he served as executive assistant to Mayor Daley and as assistant commissioner of the City’s Department of Planning and Development.

Mr. Peterson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from ChicagoStateUniversityand a Master of Public Administration from RooseveltUniversity.  He is also an alumnus of Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate. 

He currently serves on the board of Chicago Transit Authority, Roosevelt University, Navy Pier, Leadership Greater Chicago, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), and is a member of the Executives’ Club and the Economic Club of Chicago.

  11 Responses to “Terry Peterson, VP – Corporate and External Affairs, Rush University Medical Center”

  1. Hello Mr. Peterson, my name is Jerry W. Williams Sr. former president of ATU Local 308. I have been trying to reach you for some time now in regards to Mr. Elonzo Hill, former Executive VicePresident of the Chicago Transit Authority. It is very important that you contact me as soon as possible. This is my number Ph: 708-207-5225.
    Thank You
    Jerry W. Williams Sr.

  2. Mrs.Emma Strickland has been trying to get in contact with you.At 773-663-6802.

    • I need to speak with you. I have been harassed by one of your board member and sons Mr. Ken Hannah and Ruben Hannah every where I go!. He had destroyed my car and my mother home. Please give me a call. Cassandra Carey

  3. I have been Harassed by one of your board member name Kenneth Hannah and son Ruben Hannah. I use to work for 901 Division Street and as currency processor and Family come around with the treatment of I owe him and family something. Cassandra Carey

  4. I would like to meet with Mr. Peterson to discuss some opportunities for Section 3 Businesses.

  5. Dear Mr. Peterson

    Would like to meet and discussed a very personal matter with you . Cassandra Carey

  6. Dear Mr. Peterson

    How is important is are heritage when the truth can’t be spoken. Cassandra Carey

  7. Dear Mr. Peterson

    Having probelems submit, But will keep on trying! Cassandra Carey

  8. Dear Mr. Peterson

    need to speak with on a personal matter. Cassandra Carey

  9. Greetings Mr. Peterson,
    I have a dire need to speak with you on a personal matter. I can be reached at 773-510-5658. Bev. Anderson.

  10. Would like to speak with you. Call at 219-902-5703 .

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