Higher Education (Chair)
Families, Children and Seniors
Health Policy
Health Policy subcommittee on Behavioral Health

State Representative Carol Glanville serves the 84th House District, which includes Walker, Grandville, the Westside and parts of Northeast Grand Rapids. Carol’s message of fighting for west Michigan values and delivering common sense solutions for families resulted in her flipping a special election in May 2022 and returning to Lansing after another victory for the newly drawn 84th District in November 2022. Rep. Glanville has extensive professional experience as a classroom teacher, administrator, education consultant, and a local elected official that has served on many community boards. Rep. Glanville chairs the Higher Education committee and serves on four other committees: Education, Health Policy, Subcommittee Behavioral Health, and Families, Children, and Seniors. She advocates for hard-working families on the issues that matter most – including help with rising costs, investing in education and professional opportunities at all levels, further investing in our communities and infrastructure, and working with businesses to create good-paying jobs that support Michiganders. Rep. Glanville was born and raised in West Michigan, and she went on to live and raise her family in the Walker community.