Who is Nic Zito?
Proud son. Big brother to three. Protective uncle. Dedicated grandson. Loyal friend. Helpful neighbor. Strong Christian. Ethical businessman. Honest taxpayer. Fellow American.
Nic Zito, a Wayne Township resident, resides a few blocks from where he grew up. Nic attended local schools, St. Patrick's in St. Charles, St. Francis in Wheaton (graduating in 2008) and graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in Consumer Economics, specializing in Public Policy and Law. In our state capitol, Nic will be guided by the values and life lessons learned in our parks, in our schools, and in our churches as he fights for issues that will give working families, retirees and our children the opportunities to succeed.
A Republican and Conservative We Can Trust
As an elected republican Wayne Township Trustee, Nic currently represents West Chicago, St. Charles, Bartlett, Wayne, Hanover Park, and Carol Stream. Nic is also heavily involved in the DuPage Young Republicans and serves as the Membership Chairman. Nic serves as a Wayne Township Precinct 49 Republican Committeeman. He also served as a Legislative Intern for former Republican State Senator John Milner and a Legislative Intern for (former) Republican U.S. Senator in Washington D.C.
Recognized Small Business Advocate
Nic serves as the Business Services Director for Choose DuPage, the county’s Economic Development alliance and public private partnership of government and 55 local businesses, including Fortune 500 Companies, that has been successful in attracting new businesses to our area.
Daily Herald Business Ledger awarded Nic with the “Top Suburban Young Professional Under 40” for his work as CEO of Rev3 Innovation Center, DuPage County’s first mixed-use business incubator and technology co-working space in Naperville.
Dedicated Community Leader
Nic is the Vice-Chair of the DuPage PADS Young Professionals Board of Directors and actively volunteers to alleviate homelessness in DuPage County.
He was elected to the International Business Innovation Association Executive Board of Directors and has spoken internationally to groups about business development and incubation. Nic donates much of his time as a frequent speaker and mentor at local high schools teaching students tangible business practices.