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Does a felony conviction pevent a person from being a director

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Does a felony conviction pevent a person from being a director of a not-for-profit corporation, specifically in Illinois?

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No. There is no blanket prohibition preventing a person convicted of a felony from the position of director of a private non-profit.

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