In her three decades as a Naperville resident, City Councilwoman Rebecca Boyd-Obarski has been an active volunteer and supportive community member.
Rebecca was elected to the City Council in 2015, a role that only continues her tradition of community service. She has held leadership positions in many local organizations, among them Ss Peter & Paul Church, Naperville Community Unit School District 203 parent and districtwide organizations, Loaves & Fishes Community Services, Naperville CARES, 360 Youth Services and Saybrook Bath & Racquet Club. She served Naperville as a Fire & Police Commissioner for seven years, stepping away from the Board of Fire & Police Commissioners as chairman upon her election to the City Council.
A graduate of the University of Illinois and The John Marshall Law School, Rebecca is a practicing attorney and partner at Nagle Obarski PC. Her husband Bob is an investment banker with Stifel Nicolaus, and together they have two grown children, Andrew and Ellen. When not at the dais, she enjoys biking and reading.
Drawing upon her strengths of fiscal discipline and collaboration, Rebecca believes her service on the Council will help move Naperville into the future through responsible, strategic and innovative governance.
Councilwoman Boyd-Obarski's current term expires in 2019.