- Position sought: Naperville City Council
- Website: Stephensforcouncil.com
- E-mail address: Tiffanystephensm@aol.com
- Phone: 630-405-4572
- Address: Naperville, 60564
- Age: 40
- Family: Married; has four children.
- Education: Private investigation and currently working on business degree.
- Occupation: Founder and vice president of Kids Teen Rider
- Party affiliation, if any: Independent
- Previous elected offices: None.
- Applicable experience qualifying you for the position: The community has spoken, allowing me to be on the ballot to become a candidate for Naperville City Council.
What is the primary reason you are running for this office?
I would like to be a voice for the people and the City of Naperville; I’m committed to serving the community of Naperville.
What will be your single most important priority if you get elected?
Smart spending: Ensure spending falls in line with serving the needs of people of Naperville. Work to direct spending towards the greater needs of the public. Thoroughly review the appropriate of public funds and will work with city council to ensure competitive pricing on all goods and services.
What sets you apart from the other candidates?
I am a committed public servant and business leader; I founded Caring For Children Daycare in Naperville, of which I served as president for ten years. I am also the founder and the vice president of Kids Teen Rider in Naperville, which provides transportation service for kids to and from school and work. I am working in and with the community of Naperville five days a week fifteen hours a day; along with bringing my experience of diversity and perspectives to enhance the quality of life for every citizen of Naperville.
What's your favorite thing about Naperville?
My favorite thing about Naperville is the school districts.
What is the biggest problem in Naperville?
The City of Naperville does not work enough with small businesses to provide the necessary resources needed to grow and prosper. Recognize the critical role small businesses plays in job creation and lowering the unemployment rate; while needing to introduce new business to grow the local economy and create strong economic ties with the City of Naperville.