Rep. Natalie Manley

Assistant Majority Leader
(D-Joliet)
98th District
Rep Natalie Manley

Springfield Office:
109 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-3316

District Office:
1050 W Romeo Rd., Suite 101
Romeoville, IL  60446
(815) 725-2741

 

Biography
Accountant; A.A., Joliet Junior College; B.A., University of St. Francis; M.A.O.L.-P.A., Lewis University; active community volunteer, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Will and Grundy Counties; HUGS of Shorewood; former board member, CASA of Will County; job shadow host, Plainfield High School and Joliet Junior College; local radio show co-host; married and has one daughter. Representative since 2013.

Manley Wears Red to Highlight American Heart Month

Manley Wears Red to Highlight American Heart Month

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – To bring attention to American Heart Month and the impact heart health has on overall wellbeing, state Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, recently wore red and met with American Heart Association advocates at the state Capitol.

Manley Leads Charge for Ethics Reform in State Government, Lobbying

Manley Highlights Plan to Build a Stronger Illinois

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Following Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s annual State of the State address, state Representative Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, released the below statement to highlight her plans to build a stronger Illinois by fighting for property tax relief, affordable health care and measures to support business owners and grow the economy.

Manley Prioritizes Fight to End Alzheimer’s Disease in Illinois

Manley Prioritizes Fight to End Alzheimer’s Disease in Illinois

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – As part of her work to raise awareness and support efforts to end all forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, state Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, is spearheading a measure that would establish a full-time Dementia Coordinator position at the Illinois Department of Public Health. The coordinator would be responsible for implementing the existing Illinois Alzheimer’s Disease State Plan which has been neglected due to a lack of funding throughout the state budget impasse.