Daisy Feidt is Executive Vice President of Access Living, Chicago’s Center for Independent Living. She has worked at Access Living for more than 20 years and has held a wide variety of management positions during that time. In her tenure at Access Living, Daisy has led the organization through multiple strategic planning processes and has gained extensive management experience in fundraising, evaluation and program implementation.
Daisy is an alumna of Leadership Greater Chicago, a prestigious and competitive program that provides community awareness and networking opportunities for leaders in the Chicago community. In 2014, Daisy was chosen to be part of the Greater Good: Nonprofit Leaders Program, a unique year-long professional development program to develop the next generation of nonprofit leaders.
Daisy has held a variety of board positions during her career. She is currently a vice president on the board of BPI, a public interest law and policy center, which strives to advance innovative solutions to issues of social justice and quality of life in the Chicago region. She is also on the board of the Illinois Network of Centers for Independent Living, the state association of centers for independent living.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Lawrence University