Board of Commissioners and Staff
Secretary- Jill Borst
My roots run deep in Justice. I lived here for 28 years before moving out of town for a little while. I am so happy to be back where I belong! Although I didn't live in town for a while, I have always been a part of the Justice community, I have been a teacher at Brodnicki Elementary School for 20 years. I served as a commissioner on the Justice Park District board from 1993-1994. The changes that have happened since then are amazing and I couldn't be more proud to be a part of this wonderful organization. I look so forward to working with the JPD board and can't wait to see even more great things happen!
Treasurer- Tabatha Sutera
Tabatha Sutera was elected as a Commissioner in April 2019 to the Justice Park Board. She has been a lifelong resident of Justice; she and her husband are now raising their four children in Justice. Tabatha coaches her daughter's travel softball team, as well as assists in coaching her youngest son's tee-ball and soccer teams and enjoys watching her oldest son play golf and baseball at his local high school. Tabatha is employed as an administrative assistant. Tabatha would like to see a vibrant park district with lots of energy and fun, interactive programs for our children, residents, and families alike!
Commissioner- Lori Leahy
Hi I’m Lori. I have been a resident of Justice all of my life and grew up enjoying plenty of time playing at our wonderful parks with friends and family. Now having my own little one, I love spending time with all of the wonderful outside activities Justice has to offer. It brings a smile to my face to see the continuous improvements made to the Justice Park District. I am so lucky to be apart of a wonderful organization with truly incredible leaders making such a positive difference for our community!
President- Carrie Bernardoni
Carrie L. Bernardoni was elected Commissioner of the Justice Park District in April 2019 and has been Board President since 2020. She is a graduate of Columbia College in Chicago and is a Certified Illinois Assessing Officer who has spent the past 20 years working in the field of property tax both in the private and public sectors. Carrie has spent years volunteering in the community as a founding member of the Lions Club, as a leader in the PFE at ISD 109, and as a Catechist at Saint Patricia Parish.
Carrie and her husband are raising three daughters and have lived in Justice since
2009. Carrie sees the Justice Park District as a vital asset to all residents of the Village
of Justice community.
The increased programming, transparency, and accountability of the district to our community has been her priorities as President. The successful 2021 project of a new playground at Commissioners Park has been an absolute highlight of her time on the
Justice Park District Board. She is grateful to her fellow Commissioners and the staff of the Justice Park District for their hard work and dedication to the community.