Glenda L Miller
I earned my MBA in Business Administration from Aurora University, and served as Chief Deputy Treasurer for McHenry County for the last 18 years. Prior to public service, I worked in banking for a local bank in McHenry County for 21 years.
I have extensive knowledge of the duties charged to the County Treasurer by the Illinois Compiled Statutes. As County Treasurer, I will focus on four main points:
- Expand outreach efforts to assure that all taxpayers are aware of tax savings they may be entitled to receive.
- Work with local units of government to ensure the efficient and economical delivery of services.
- Protect the integrity of the county’s investments, while seeking the maximum return to help keep property taxes down.
- Streamline the Treasurer’s Office to control costs.
I am a lifelong McHenry County resident who earned all of my educational degrees, from high school through my MBA, in McHenry County. Harvard is my hometown. This is where I reside with my husband, Paul. I am the mother of one daughter and grandmother of two granddaughters.