With genuine curiosity and enthusiasm for understanding local issues, Councilwoman Allison Longenbaugh wants to ensure the City continues to provide quality services, wise spending and transparent accounting. Longenbaugh’s election to the City Council in 2023 comes after four years of carefully watching City business, attending all Council meetings since 2019. She brings a focus on good governance and respectful collaboration to help make evidence-based decisions for the betterment of Naperville.
Working as Vice President in Clearing Operations for J.P. Morgan, where she has spent her entire 30-year career, Longenbaugh holds a Bachelor of Science in Math with a minor in Business from Penn State University. She has volunteered as a Girl Scout Leader at Ellsworth Elementary, was co-chairwoman of a festival benefitting Ellsworth’s Home & School organization, is an appointed precinct committeewoman in Lisle Township, and served as City Council Observer in the League of Women Voters Observer Corps. In 2021, she was appointed to the Naperville Public Library Board of Trustees, where she served as Secretary.
Longenbaugh and her husband, Robert, moved to Naperville in 2004 to raise their family. Their three daughters have attended schools in Naperville Community Unit School District 203 from K-12. Longenbaugh is a runner who, at the time of her election, was on a consecutive running streak of more than 1,400 days. She has competed in multiple 5K, 10K, and half marathons, running three times on the Naperville Education Foundation’s charity team, but what she enjoys most about running is the opportunity to explore neighborhoods all over the City. In her spare time, she enjoys quilting and reading.
As she joins the Council, Longenbaugh is fully committed to Naperville’s success. She believes Naperville’s excellent services, fiscal responsibility, dynamic business environment, and diversity make the City what it is today. She supports responsible, sustainable development that includes all stakeholders, and she plans to bring people together by focusing on shared experiences and needs. Longenbaugh wants to preserve Naperville’s safety and small-town feel so residents can partake in all the City has to offer.
Councilwoman Longenbaugh’s current term expires in 2027.
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