Hannah Billingsley is a 30-something business owner who resides in West Chicago with her adorable labradoodle, Ace.

Her journey began in the classroom, where she passionately taught mathematics at a Christian middle school. It was during this time that she recognized the profound importance of equipping the next generation with critical thinking skills and financial wisdom.

In 2015, Hannah started a niche clothing company dedicated to providing modest athletic wear to women of different faiths: Muslims, Orthodox Jews, and Christians. To date, Hannah’s company has sold nearly a quarter million units and grosses just under a million each year. Seven team members join Hannah in making this clothing company an ongoing success.  In 2018, she entered the real estate market and has grown a thriving short-term rental enterprise. Hannah’s nine units average an 82% occupancy.

Hannah's unwavering faith in Jesus has been a guiding force in her life. She's dedicated herself to servant leadership in a multitude of mentorship roles, from Executive Pastor to Youth Deacon, and now humbly serves as an Elder.   

For the past decade, she has extended her heart and hand to women at a local halfway house, offering counsel and friendship to ladies recovering from substance abuse; Additionally, Hannah plays a pivotal role on the board of a nonprofit committed to eradicating addiction from our community.

Driven by her vision of a more vibrant, prosperous, and sustainable West Chicago, Hannah serves as a dedicated Zoning Commissioner to her beloved city.   

Hannah worked on the Jesse Sullivan campaign in 2021 and had the opportunity to engage with hundreds of residents of District 49 via her role as Voter Engagement Coordinator.   

When Hannah isn’t listening to a financial podcast or embarking on visits to see her four nieces, you can find the enthusiastic tennis player at Wheaton Sport Center ready to serve up some friendly competition.