Myron Siegel, Treasurer
Myron Siegel is a lawyer, businessman and financial strategist. He earned a bachelor's degree in finance with a minor in accounting from Northern Illinois University, and also a Master's Degree (MBA) In Business Administration. He received his law degree from the prestigious John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois.
- Mr. Siegel is a well-known deal making lawyer with experience in finance, banking, significant multinational transactions, mediation and litigation. He maintains offices in Chicago, Illinois, Highwood, Illinois and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- He has been appointed to the Broward County Sheriff's Advisory Council, a prestigious organization limited to 100 members.
- He is a certified mediator in Cook and Lake Counties, Illinois. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association.
- He is a licensed Illinois Title Agent.
He is admitted to practice law in Florida and Illinois, is a member of the Federal Trial Bar, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division and holds admissions to The United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, The United States Court of Claims, The United States Tax Court and The United States 7th Circuit Court of Appeals,. In addition, Mr. Siegel holds a Managing Real Estate Broker's license in Illinois and is a certified Chairman Arbitrator in the 18th and 19th Circuit Court Districts of Illinois.
Mr. Siegel has served as a member of various boards including Harmony Foods, Ecco D'oro Foods, Filmquest Group, Plystar Corporation, Charter National Bank & Trust Company and Northern Illinois University.
In banking Mr. Siegel served on the board of directors, loan committee, audit committee and compliance committees of a nationally chartered bank. Mr. Siegel also served on the Hoffman Estate Economic Development Commission and as counsel to the World Trade Center- Chicago, Illinois.
He is also an experienced lobbyist, knows how to draft legislation, explain the legislation to the legislature, assemble sponsors, testify at legislative hearings and follow the legislation through the process.