Candidates are listed in alphabetical order
Maryanne is a substitute teacher for the Diocese of Joliet Catholic Schools. She has volunteered for many positions within the St Petronille community as well as serving as Secretary of the Glen Ellyn Woman’s Club and the Board of Ronald McDonald Charities. She and husband Eric have two children.
Statement: Keeping the library relevant in an evolving technology progression requires vigilant funding for research and support. Additionally, accessibility concerns raised by the pandemic will require continued scrutiny to provide safe conditions for patrons. Also, the entertainment/enrichment value provided by our library is undeniable. Visit the library!
Erin C. Micklo
Erin is the English Faculty and Writing Center Director at the Illinois Math and Science Academy. She has worked on the Education Advisory Board to US Rep Sean Casten as well as volunteered for Autism Community in Action (TACA). Erin has two children.
Statement: We are experiencing a historical moment of polarized politics, civil unrest and a global pandemic. As an educator, I know that we are more alike than we are different. As a Library Trustee, I would work to bring our community together through library programming to celebrate our diverse community.
Susan is a teacher by trade with a Master’s in Elementary Education. She has worked in a variety of school settings over the years including Northwestern University’s enrichment program, and most recently as a preschool teacher at Westminster Preschool. She and her husband, Aaron and their three children are super-users of the library and have been residents of Glen Ellyn for eight years.
Statement: Prioritizing the accessibility for students in need of access to safe and reliable internet connections for remote learning can be safely implemented in small socially distanced groups within the library. Utilizing a model of sign up times, enforced mask wearing and physical distancing, we can afford this essential opportunity to our youngest community members.