Candidate info: District 510 South Suburban College Board Trustees

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About the position

What they do

District 510 includes 18 villages, ranging in population from 1,532 (East Hazel Crest) to 56,831 (Tinley Park). With a population of 28,086, Lansing is the third largest village served by South Suburban College, so it is important for Lansing to have representation on the Board.

What they’re paid

$0/year

Terms and meetings

The seven Trustees are elected to six-year terms. The South Suburban College Board meets once a month.

About the 2019 candidates

Lansing voters can vote for 2 of these 3:

  • Anthony DeFilippo
  • Vivian Payne
  • Max Solomon

Short bios of the candidates appear below.

Anthony DeFilippo

Resumé highlights

  • 30-year member of South Suburban College Board
  • ICCTA Service Award (2015)
  • Former Regional Chair, Community College Trustees Association
  • Master’s Degree in Finance

Anthony DeFilippo: “We will continue to be dedicated to our student and the taxpayers. Our students deserve an education that results in a meaningful outcome, and the taxpayers will not have to shoulder any undue burdens. Quality Education and Fiscal Responsibility are essential to all decisions we make.”

Vivian Payne

Resumé highlights

  • Village Clerk, Village of Lansing
  • Past President, Lansing Business Women’s Association
  • Founder, first Village Beautification Committee
  • 2018 Thornton Township Woman of Honor

Vivian Payne: “My commitment to the SSC Board has been and will always be to maintain a quality education for our students while being fiscally responsible to the taxpayers.”



Max Solomon

No bio information provided