About Brad

About Brad

Brad and his wife Julie with their sons Adam and Daniel.

Brad and his wife Julie with their sons Adam and Daniel.

For more than 20 years, Brad Schneider helped businesses create jobs and grow. Brad guided mostly family-owned companies through the challenges of today’s economy, advising companies large and small.

Brad and his wife, Julie, live in Deerfield and have two sons, Adam and Daniel. Brad coached his sons’ baseball and soccer teams for 12 years.

In Congress, Brad is focused on strengthening the middle class, rebuilding a vibrant economy and breaking through the partisan gridlock to help move our country forward. He continues to lead on job creation through his service on the House Committee on Small Business. And as a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Brad is an advocate for sensible, engaged foreign policy, including a strong U.S.-Israel relationship.

Brad has deep roots in the community, including longtime service with one of the largest non-profit institutions in the state, the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. He is also a member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering as well as his MBA from Northwestern University.

When Brad isn’t on the campaign trail, he loves to be on the bike trails throughout the district. He enjoys hearing from people in the community and listening to their ideas on how Congress can better serve them.

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  • #TBT to this weekend’s Fourth of July parades! Watch the recap: http://t.co/pSiMD7M8UE
  • Today, I helped introduce the Protect Women’s Health from Corporate Interference Act to fix the damage caused by the #HobbyLobby decision.
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  • "When I think about the reason I love my husband, it’s for his character and his heart.” - Julie Dann Schneider http://t.co/4k6d0x792a