Senator Suzy Glowiak

Sen. Suzy GlowiakState Senator Suzy Glowiak (D-Western Springs) has committed her life to public service and giving back to her communities.

Glowiak will use her proven skills as an empathetic leader, problem solver and dedicated public servant to represent the 24th State Senate District in Springfield.

She served two terms on the Recreation Commission, including two years as its Chair. The residents of Western Springs recognized her dedication to her community and elected her village trustee in 2009 and 2013.

During her tenure on the Western Springs Village Board, Glowiak has been a voice for balanced budgets. While chairing the Public Works and Water committees, she took major steps in improving the water quality with the construction of a new water purification plant. She also served on the Planning and Zoning Committee and was the Chair of the General Government Committee.

Professionally, Glowiak works as an engineering consultant in the western suburbs assisting clients in conflict resolution through report writing and expert testimony.

She has a master’s degree from Northwestern University in manufacturing engineering which she earned after achieving early professional success and starting a family.

Glowiak is a member of the First Congregational Church of Western Springs, where she served on the Properties Committee and was a board member of the Woman’s Society.

She raised three children in Western Springs where she and her family have resided for over 25 years.

Sen. Suzy Glowiak

Sen. Suzy Glowiak

24th District

Years served: 2019–Present

Committee assignments: Appropriations II; Education; Energy and Public Utilities; Insurance; Labor (Vice-Chairperson); Local Government; Sub. on Utility Rate Regulations.

Biography: Suzy Glowiak (D-Western Springs), a mechanical engineer by trade, believes in working in a bipartisan manner to promote compromise and collaboration in order to find meaningful solutions to lower property tax bills, ensure our schools and universities have the resources to be successful and keep Illinois' children safe; Former Village Trustee in Western Springs where she served as a voice for balanced budgets; Illinois Institute of Technology (B.S. in Mechanical Engineering); Northwestern University (Masters in Manufacturing Engineering); Mother of three children.

Associated Representatives:
Terra Costa Howard
Deanne M. Mazzochi