Jill Boepple joins Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc. with more than 25 years in non-profit leadership and workforce development with diverse individuals, groups and organizations. She was in a senior leadership position with a large non-profit organization for more than a decade prior to joining CCS. Boepple spent 20 years with Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin & Metropolitan Chicago, which with more than 5,000 employees they are the largest Goodwill in the world. In 2013 Boepple won the Performance Excellence in Government Contracting award by SourceAmerica for a project in which she partnered with Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois to manage a contract where severely disabled individuals cleaned the new Stanley J. Roszkowski Federal Courthouse.
Boepple’s history with young began in the early ’90s when she worked for the Lake County Health Department providing youth development, marketing and community strategic planning for a statewide drug prevention program. Her first role with Goodwill was as a case manager for teen moms. After growing through the ranks she developed a WIA funded young father’s program in Chicago. She has also managed Department of Labor and City of Chicago Demonstration Projects for young offenders.
Applications are being accepted for the YouthBuild Rockford program operated by CCS, and can be picked up at the agency office at 917 S. Main St. Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Salvage Too-Rockford Reuse Center is open Wednesday-Friday from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The store will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday. For more information on CCS visit comprehensivecommunitysolutions.org.