Board Member Since 2018

VP, Business Development Executive

Marsh | Private Client Services

As a Business Development Executive with Marsh Private Client Services, Courtney Eber grows and maintains relationships with referral sources that are vital to the success of the Private Client team. Courtney plays an important role on the sales team as she works directly with affluent individuals and families in Chicago, and across the country, to protect their tangible assets from loss and personal wealth from liability risk. Courtney is involved in the in-depth, consultative insurance review process that differentiates Marsh’s service from the competition.  Courtney enjoys building trusted relationships with centers of influence and clients by creating sophisticated insurance programs with options to help mitigate the financial risks associated with her clients’ complex lifestyles.

A Chicago native, Courtney understands the area’s local risk nuances and insurance market realities. Utilizing Marsh’s significant national and international resources, she also provides tailored solutions for clients with properties and assets across the country and around the globe.

With nearly 20 years of experience, Courtney specializes in client service and business development. She began her career as an advertising account executive before moving into sales and marketing for 10 years as a director and client manager with her family’s growing business. In 2014, Courtney redefined her passion for helping clients and made the transition into the personal insurance industry concentrating on the high-net-worth client segment. Her client-centric focus brought her to Marsh PCS in 2016.

Bio as of 2019


Mike Saad is very happy to be making his debut at Lookingglass. Last seen in Chicago as a member of the Organic Theatre where he was part of the ensemble that produced The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit, Bloody Bess, Volpone, The Sirens of Titan, Cops, Bleacher Bums, Campaign and A Decent Life. Other Chicago credits include: Bal and Chemin de Fer (Goodman Theatre), The Caretaker (Victory Gardens Theater) and Gemini (Apollo Theater). In Los Angeles Mike played Aldo Finzi in Tamara as well as guest starring on JAG, 24, Las Vegas, Seinfeld, as well as many other TV and film productions. He played Joel Cairo in the Grammy nominated production of The Maltese Falcon and has a Chicago Emmy for his work on Bleacher Bums. He has four nominations and is a two time Jeff Award Winner for Best Ensemble, Organic Theater Company.

Bio as of 2019


Emjoy Gavino made her Lookingglass debut in Arabian Nights. Recent credits include: You Got Older (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Cry it Out (Studio Theatre), Bull in a China Shop (About Face Theatre), Death and Harry Houdini (The House Theatre of Chicago), Vietgone (Writers Theatre), You on the Moors Now (The Hypocrites), Iphigenia in Aulis (Court Theatre/The Getty Villa), and the national tour of The Realish Housewives (The Second City). Emjoy has also worked with Victory Gardens Theater, Northlight Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Paramount Theatre, Broadway Playhouse, The Neo-Futurists, Goodman Theatre, Repertory Actors Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, American Theater Company, The 5th Avenue Theatre, and Village Theatre. Film/TV: The Exorcist, Mob Doctor, Empire, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and The Force. Emjoy is an associate artistic director and casting director of The Gift Theatre, a 3Arts Make a Wave grantee, and is the founder and producer of The Chicago Inclusion Project. She is represented by Stewart Talent.

Bio as of 2019

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