Believe in Naperville
The Naperville I grew up in is facing its greatest challenge in a generation. The global pandemic and our eroding respect for each other in public discourse are threatening our community. We must protect working families and small businesses, preserve our environment, and keep Naperville a welcoming community for diverse families.
Naperville is my home
I will restore respect in our community, protect our economy, and keep this the best community in America to raise a family.
I am a longtime resident of Cress Creek and a business owner. I’ve known Ian through the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce and Naperville Jaycees as well as through our work as board members for NCTV17. I support him because he is a strong and passionate leader in the community.
Ian was one of the first people we met when we moved from Chicago to Naperville in 2019. He welcomed us to the area, and his love and pride for Naperville was evident. Naperville would be lucky to have such a hardworking and dedicated council member.
I was born and raised in Naperville and currently live in Old Farm. As Ian’s volunteer campaign manager, I work closely with a leader of the community to help craft a strong future for our City. I believe Ian will be an outstanding City Council Member because he listens to all perspectives about an issue and strongly supports voices that are often extinguished in the political arena. Ian is a voice for all of Naperville.
I know Ian through our military service together in Guam, where we served as the Andersen AFB Area Defense Counsel team for two years. I support him because he is a strong leader with an unmatched work ethic.
I live in East Highlands. Ian served as my Chair-Elect on the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors before he took the role of Chairman in 2020. I have never worked alongside a more devoted, knowledgeable, and sensible young professional. For that, I believe he would be an excellent addition to our City Council.
As a newly-minted, young physician, I moved to a house in downtown Naperville in the first week of January. Then, as we all know, 2020 happened! These were challenging times both professionally and personally. Not knowing anyone around here, I reached out to Ian via social media asking him for guidance on various fronts, including how to contribute to the city. He is easily approachable and guided me with his knowledge of Naperville. Most of all, he is humble and always willing to help. These are signs of a good leader! I support him because he is both a young, dynamic leader and a wise, experienced, and knowledgeable leader all at once.
I live in the Cinnamon Creek subdivision in Naperville. I serve with Ian on the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and Ian is the Board Chair. In this role, I have witnessed Ian’s leadership skills, integrity, love for and commitment to the community, and empathy for people. I’m honored to participate on his volunteer team.