Join the Team!

Indivisible Illinois 14 has a series of groups to help us organize and get the word out. ALL of our teams need volunteers. We recognize that you have other priorities competing for your time. We will take any amount of time that you are willing to give.

Drop us a line at or go to the Contact Us page and submit a message to get started on a team..

Creative Actions

The Creative Actions team generates ideas and turns them into actionable events.

Event can be large (from hosting a town hall event) or small.(hosting a post card writing event).

We do want to be clear – anyone in Indivisible Illinois 14 can create an action. If you have an idea, then let us know and we can help you bring it to life.


The mission of the Outreach team is to create a network of community organizations, businesses and groups across Illinois’s 14th Congressional District in order to cultivate communication, education and collaboration.

Their goals are: 

  1. Identify organizations, businesses and groups within and immediately adjacent to district 14.
  2. Continue communication with organizations, businesses and groups in order to support their efforts and involved them in ours


Inspired by not understanding how local government works, nor knowing the candidates who are running for office, the Legislative team is working to create an easy way for the constituents of IL-14 to learn about and participate in the different legislative arms throughout the district.

Their vision is to provide you information about government in your local area, become engaged and run for office.


The Technology team provides infrastructure platforms to support all of the teams, and dissemination of information.

Platforms we manage:

  • Facebook – moderation
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Snapchat
  • Web
  • Email

We also participate in special projects assisting the teams in executing their ideas or solving their problems with technology solutions.


The Watchdog team attends various board meetings across the district.

Our watchdogs report on their meetings in a variety of ways – real time Facebook or Twitter posts, or simply writing up their notes.

Board meetings include:

  • County
  • Village
  • School
  • Library
  • Township
  • Park District
  • Fire Protection Districts

Members of these boards are elected officials who represent your interests and manage your tax money. These folks need to be held accountable as well.