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Posted on: December 8, 2016

Alison P. Smith to be Appointed to the Highland Park City Council

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At the regular meeting of the City Council on Monday, December 12, 2016, Alison P. Smith will be appointed by Mayor Nancy Rotering, with the consent of the City Council. Smith will fill the vacant Council seat held by former Councilman Paul Frank who was elected as a Lake County Commissioner. The term will run into May 2017, at which time a new City Council member will be sworn in.    Smith is not running in the April 2017 municipal election.

“As a 15-year resident of Highland Park, I am grateful and honored to serve the community that my family and I call home.  As a nursing and public health professional, I hope that my outlook on issues related to safety, access, prevention, and the social determinants of health such as education, nutrition, and housing, will help inform and advance the City’s priorities,” said Alison P. Smith.

Smith currently works as a Senior Advisor and Independent Consultant for C-Change, which is devoted to solving cancer’s toughest issues through collaborative thought and action. Smith is a proven healthcare executive, consultant, and clinician with a record of successfully leading and facilitating impactful initiatives. She has been recognized for her ability to collaborate with board members, national experts, clinicians, and community members to drive systemic change. Smith received a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology from Stanford University, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The John Hopkins University School of Nursing, and a Master of Public Health from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Public Health. She has been actively involved in the community as a youth educator and worship volunteer at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, committee leader for Boy Scouts of America Troop 324, parent volunteer at Ravinia Elementary, Edgewood Middle and Highland Park High Schools, a freshman interview volunteer at Stanford University, and other impressive publications, community and professional involvement.  

 “Alison is recognized throughout the community for her dynamic leadership and balanced approach to issues." said Mayor Nancy Rotering. "She brings a record of experience in complex problem-solving, a passion for public service and an incredible work ethic. She will be a strong addition to the Council.”

If you have any questions, please contact the City Manager’s office at 847.926.1000. 

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