Siri Hibbler is a change-maker, visionary, serial entrepreneur and community advocate. An influential leader for the people she has been called to serve, the under-served communities. Siri is the Recipient of several community awards including the 2019 Legacy Leader Award by Westside Women United and NLCCC, Inc., and the 2019 CommUnity Hero Award for Social Service Innovation by Meridian Health. In 2020 Siri also received a Certificate of Excellence award from the Cook County Treasurer, Maria Pappas. Siri, continues to serve her community daily in various capacities as the founder and leader of several for profit and not-for- profit organizations including Field of Dreams Visionary Center, Inc., (www.fieldofdreamsvisionarycenter.com) where she serves the homeless, ex-offenders, youth, disabled and low-income families, providing housing, career development, job placement, financial literacy, non-violence programs, addiction counseling and a youth STEAM program. In August 2021, Field of Dreams will launch the first trauma, non-violence and wellness center in Garfield Park on the westside of Chicago. Through her firm, the Dream Academy, Siri has taught instruction to start-up and expansion businesses for 25 years, where she also provides business coaching and mentoring. Siri is the Chairman and Founder of the official Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce, Garfield Park Chamber of Commerce, and the Cook County Black Chamber of Commerce, where she is on a mission to grow wealth in underserved communities and businesses, increase economic development and enhance the health, and wellness of community residents in disproportionate impacted communities. Siri is also the President of multiple for profit entities including a multi-cultural marketing agency, television and film production company with 22 TV programs and 14 films in it's line-up, as well as a nail salon and spa, to name a few. Siri's call to action and passion for helping her community expanded outside of her local boundaries in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, where she launched the national COVID-19 African American Relief Fund, raising more than $300K within 2 months of the launch, that allowed her to provide more than sixty black-owned businesses with funds up to $10K to help them retain their businesses during the pandemic. The fund also provides fresh personalized groceries to senior citizens and families with children (www.covid19africanamericanrelieffund.org). Mrs. Hibbler also launched Azure Staffing Agency in the Garfield Park community, providing employment opportunities in Information Technology, professional careers, healthcare and general labor. Siri is the visionary leader behind the “Rebirth of Garfield Park” Real Estate Development that was renamed, the Rebirth of Black Wall Street (www.rebirthofblackwallstreet.org) to help close the wealth gap by increasing black business and home ownership, wealth and assets. This development has been featured in various media publications including Crain’s Chicago since 2018. To date Siri has raised $100MM for phase 1 on the development that is slated to bring 2,000 job opportunities, 400 affordable housing units, 75 commercial units, Technology Incubator and Design Center, and Performing Arts Center. Siri plan to build this community impact development in multiple neighborhoods and cities. Siri Hibbler is a 30+year Marketing Executive working in various notable companies such as IBM, AT&T and Transamerica Distribution Finance, to name a few. Siri was born and raised in the Garfield Park community. She is an ordained and licensed minister holding the office of Apostle.