For over 25 years, Brad Schneider has helped businesses create jobs and grow. As a small
business owner, Brad helps family-owned businesses address the challenges of today’s economy. Now, Brad is running for Congress to bring his private sector experience—and common sense—to Washington. There, he will work to find innovative and practical solutions to help local businesses succeed and working families thrive.
Brad has deep roots in the community, including longtime service with one of the largest non-profit social welfare institutions in the state, the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. He is a member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Among other commitments, he served as director of Business and Professional People for the Public Interest.
Brad is a two-time graduate of Northwestern University, where he earned a degree in Industrial Engineering and his MBA. His successful career in advising businesses, large and small, now spans more than two decades in the 10th District.
Brad lives in Deerfield with his wife, Julie, and their two sons, Adam and Daniel. Among his most enjoyable commitments, Brad coached his sons’ soccer and baseball teams for twelve years.
When Brad isn’t on the campaign trail, he loves to be on the bike trail. He looks forward to meeting voters and hearing their views on how Congress can better serve them.