Step 2: VOTE!

Now that you verified that you live in Precinct 4 and that you are a registered voter at your current address, it’s time to vote!

Page down to see all the Candidate biographies(Bios) for your precinct.

Precinct 4 Candidate Bios

(Biographies are provided by the candidates)

Village Nominating Committee

Lee Feder  Growing up less than one mile from Glencoe’s northern border, I have strong roots in our community. With International Studies and Mechanical Engineering degrees (as well as an MBA), I have a broad educational foundation to help assess candidates and issues. As a professional in the renewable energy industry, I understand the dynamics of complex organizations and diverse stakeholders. Most importantly, I am a local husband and father wanting to keep our community responsive, resilient, and flexible for many years.  

Tim Holbrook   Tim moved to Glencoe in 2020. He is a higher education professional with extensive experience with non-profit organizations. Tim has spent the past ten years working at Northwestern University. Since arriving in Glencoe, he has volunteered as a coach for the Glencoe Baseball Association. Prior to coming to Glencoe, he lived in Evanston where he was active as a mentor in the Evanston Scholars program, as youth sports coach, and as a trustee for multiple performing arts organizations.  

Joseph Madda   Architect, educator, author — 40 year licensed professional. Volunteer at North Shore Senior Center and elsewhere. Personal communications expert. See Environmentalist; LEED AP thru U.S. Green Building Council.  

Joel Shoolin   Practicing family physician. Married and raised 2 children in Glencoe. Previously involved with clinical information analytics. Have served two terms on Village library board, having been through the Caucus before. 

School Board Nominating Committee

Matthew Neugebauer  A retired banker, the director of household services, a real estate professional and a relatively new resident of the Village of Glencoe. For my family (Smita and our 2 children), Glencoe has far exceeded our expectations. Coming from the City, it has been the community we didn’t know we needed until we got here. The neighborhood just seems to work and we feel very fortunate to be a part of it. We would like to participate and help maintain this standard. Please let us know how we can help.

Sally Arnold   I feel so fortunate to live in a community like Glencoe – its beauty is only outshone by the residents that make up the community. It has been a true privilege to raise our young family here. We have two daughters in District 35 – a third grader and kindergartener. I work part time for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and think that being a part time working mother has given me perspective as a fundraiser in the community, but also has given me the time necessary to understand Glencoe’s needs by being a room mom.

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