James W. Stevenson, Jr.

Member, Board of Trustees at Providence St. Mel School

James W. Stevenson, Jr.

James W. Stevenson, Jr.

Member, Board of Trustees at Providence St. Mel School

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Executive Chairman at Providence St. Mel School

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Partner at Mayer Brown LLP

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Secretary at Providence St. Mel School

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Principal at Miller Canfield PLC

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Member, Board of Trustees at Providence St. Mel School

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Member, Board of Trustees at Providence St. Mel School

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James W. Stevenson, Jr.
Member, Board of Trustees at Providence St. Mel School
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Providence St. Mel School (PSM) is a private, coeducational P-12 school in East Garfield Park, Chicago, Illinois. The school currently has 594 students and 50 teachers. The school was created in 1969 with the merger of two schools, Providence High School and St. Mel High School. In 1978 the Archdiocese of Chicago tried to close down the school by withdrawing its support. The administrators of the school and community members were determined to operate the school on its own, without the support of the Archdiocese, so principal Paul J. Adams met with Sister Loretta Schafer, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The Sisters had founded Providence High School in the 1930s under Mother Mary Raphael Slattery and still owned the Providence-St. Mel property, which Schafer transferred to Adams free of charge.

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