Craig Mousin, Board Member
Craig Mousin has served on EJC's board since its incorporation, and served as chair from 2009 through 2015. He is the University Ombudsperson at DePaul and a member of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Ombuds Committee. Craig has a B.S. from Johns Hopkins University, a J.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a M. Div. from Chicago Theological Seminary, where he now serves as a Life Trustee.
Craig has taught in DePaul’s School for New Learning, the Religious Studies Department, and the Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies program. Craig was ordained by the United Church of Christ, and now serves as an Associate Pastor at Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ.
Craig is a strong advocate for immigrant rights. In 1984, he founded and directed the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center, a provider of legal assistance to refugees. That organization has since become the National Immigrant Justice Center, and Craig now serves as a member of the Leadership Council. He is a former President and Board member of the Immigration Project of downstate Illinois, and currently serves as a member of the Leadership Council of the Marjorie Kovler Center for Survivors of Torture.