Anne has been licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois since 1986. She worked for her father’s law firm, Robert A. Chapski, Ltd., from 1991 to 1997 and has been a principal in The Doyen Law Group, L.L.C. since 2015. In addition, Anne has years of philanthropic experience; she has chaired several fundraisers for local organizations such as St. Thomas More Parish and St. Edward’s Central Catholic High School in Elgin, Illinois as well as the Kane County Bar Foundation.
Connection to Liver Disease:
Anne became involved with ALF shortly after she was diagnosed with end-stage liver disease in 2017. Anne was listed for a liver transplant, however, her O+ blood type made it difficult to find a match. Without a transplant, she only had a few months to live so her only chance was a living liver donor. After extensive testing, Anne’s daughter, Katie, learned she was a match for her mother and on June 15, 2017, Loyola University Medical Center performed its first living donor liver transplant giving Anne a second chance at life. Anne and Katie are both living productive and healthy lives and are dedicated to spreading awareness about the importance of liver health and advancements in liver disease treatment.
Last updated on March 13th, 2023 at 05:41 pm