Maryville Academy (“Maryville”) uses biometric identification systems to increase security and control access to certain facilities. Maryville will follow and comply with the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, 740 ILCS 14/1 et seq., (BIPA) which regulates collection, storage, use and retention of “biometric identifiers” and “biometric information”. Biometric identifier means a retina or iris scan, fingerprint, voiceprint, or scan of hand or face geometry. Biometric information means any information, regardless of how it is captured, converted, stored, or shared, based on an individual’s biometric identifier used to identify an individual.
An individual’s Biometric Data will not be collected or otherwise obtained by Maryville without prior written consent of the individual. The consent form will inform the individual of the reason the Biometric Information is being collected and the length of time the data will be stored.
Maryville will not disclose or disseminate any Biometric Data to anyone other than its Biometric Identifier collector vendor(s) and/or licensor(s), unless:
a. disclosure is required by state or federal law or municipal ordinance; or, other identifier;
b. disclosure is required pursuant to a valid warrant or subpoena issued by a court of competent jurisdiction;
c. the disclosed data completes a financial transaction requested or authorized by the employee; or
d. the employee has consented to such disclosure or dissemination.
(1) store, transmit, and protect from disclosure all biometric identifiers and biometric information using the reasonable standard of care within the industry; and
(2) store, transmit, and protect from disclosure all biometric identifiers and biometric information in a manner that is the same as or more protective than the manner in which Maryville stores, transmits, and protects other confidential and sensitive information.
(Source: P.A. 95-994, eff. 10-3-08)
4. Retention Schedule
In circumstances where Maryville retains Biometric Information, Maryville will permanently destroy an individual’s Biometric Data within six (6) months of when the initial purpose for collecting or obtaining such Biometric Data has been satisfied, such as:
a. the employee’s employment is terminated;
b. the contractors, consultants and temporary employees and volunteers or otherwise is no longer engaged with Maryville;
c. the employee transfers to a position for which the Biometric Data is not used; or
d. Maryville no longer uses the Biometric Information.
Maryville will not collect, capture, purchase, receive through trade or otherwise obtain a person’s biometric identifier or biometric information, unless it first:
- informs the subject or the subject’s legally authorized representative in writing that a biometric identifier or biometric information is being collected or stored;
- informs the subject or the subject’s legally authorized representative in writing of the specific purpose and length of term for which a biometric identifier or biometric information is being collected, stored, and used; and
- receives a written release executed by the subject of the biometric identifier or biometric information or the subject’s legally authorized representative.
Maryville will not disclose, redisclose, or disseminate a person’s biometric identifier or biometric information unless:
- the subject of the biometric identifier or biometric information or the subject’s legally authorized representative consents to the disclosure or redisclosure;
- the disclosure or redisclosure completes a financial transaction requested or authorized by the subject of the biometric identifier or the biometric information or the subject’s legally authorized representative;
- the disclosure or redisclosure is required by State or federal law or municipal ordinance; or
- the disclosure is required pursuant to a valid warrant or subpoena issued by a court of competent jurisdiction.
2 Maryville leaders promoted to associate executive directors
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” – Harriet Tubman
Maryville announces the promotion of two longtime members of its leadership council. Nina Aliprandi and Evelyn Smith are promoted to new associate executive directors who, in addition to running their respective programs, will now take up new leadership responsibilities with the Maryville Board of Directors, with government agencies, and with community partners. They will also lead Maryville’s initiative to assess its current organizational culture and advance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Aliprandi began her ministry at Maryville in 1986, working with the children in the homes. From 1991 through 2005, she worked as a coordinator managing shelter, diagnostic and residential programs. In 2005, Aliprandi became director of what is now called the Family Services Division and will continue this work in her new role. She has received certifications for CPR, first aid, infection control, medication education and monitoring, and crisis prevention intervention.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Administration degree from Western Illinois University and her Master of Arts Community and Family Counseling degree from Northeastern Illinois University.
Evelyn Smith began her ministry at Maryville in 1991. Smith started as a family educator, then took up the increasing responsibilities as assistant program manager, case manager, program manager and program consultant. In 2005, Smith became director of what is now called the Residential Services Division. She, too, will continue this work.
Smith earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree from Southern University and her Master’s in Applied Professional Studies degree from DePaul University and her Master’s in Bible Studies degree from Moody Bible Institute.
“Evelynand Nina are two leaders who have a dream to change the world for our children and their families. Now they will continue to reach for the stars for our children in their new positions,” said Maryville Executive Director Sr. Catherine M. Ryan, O.S.F.
In addition to their new roles as associate executive directors, Aliprandi oversees the Children’s Healthcare Center, Casa Imani, St. Monica Home and the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) programs while Smith supervises Casa Salama, St. Dominic Savio and St. Teresa of Calcutta programs.
Monsignor Boland Honored for 22 Years of Service
November 7, 2019 — Thank you so very much Reverend Monsignor Michael Boland for your leadership, support and 22 years of service on the Maryville Board of Directors. You truly made a difference in the lives of thousands of children and families over the years. We wish you the best as you transition to a new phase of priestly ministry. Pictured l to r: Sr. Catherine Ryan, Executive Director, Reverend Monsignor Boland and Richard Devine, Board Chair.
Nursing Director helps make Maryville Children’s Healthcare Center ‘a happy place’
October 22, 2019 — The Chicago Sun-Times recently highlighted Helene Pochopien, the Director of the Maryville Children’s Healthcare Center (CHC), in their series spotlighting the people that keep Chicago thriving. The CHC is one of only two transitional care units in the state of Illinois. [Read more…]
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