Janette Braverman

Committee Membership

  • Public Safety

Main Priorities

  • First and foremost as County Board Supervisor, know that I will be focused on educating you about any issues at hand, impacting our county, city and district. 
  • My desire is to build stronger relationships with residents and improve communication so they feel valued and protected. 
  • Transparency – I don’t have a problem being transparent. If feasible, I will tell you what I know.
  • Making fiscally sound decisions is important to me and is a guiding principle that I’ve used throughout my career.
  • I support development that is strategically planned, with detailed analysis and input from the community-at-large.  
Accomplishments & Professional History
  • I have delivered successful business strategies and programs across various organizations including Harley-Davidson, Inc., Rockwell Automation and Cardinal Stritch University.
  • Forbes Coaches Council
  • Owner, Leaders Leaving Legacies, LLC 
  • Execute Director of External Partnerships for Cardinal Stritch University
  • Formerly Dean, College of Business and Management
  • 2019 NAACP Game Changer Award
  • Facilitated Ozaukee County Community Conversation Circles about race and equity. 

Other Civic, Professional & Social Affiliations

  • Tempo Milwaukee
  • Woman of Influence Alumni Club
  • Building Brave 
  • 2016 - 2020 Mequon Economic Development Board
  • Ozaukee County NAACP
  • Zoological Society Board of Directors 

Educational Background

  • Master of Science in Business and Management from Cardinal Stritch University
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)
  • Project Management Professional Certification
  • Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
  • Lean for Office Certification, University of Michigan

Family Information

  • Married to Mitch Braverman, U.S. Army combat veteran and we have two sons, Christian and Joshua.

Interests & Hobbies

  • Faith, family and leadership development and community involvement are my passions. I also enjoy working closely with not-for-profit organizations in various capacities and golf. We are active leaders within our local and national church.

Personal Statement

  • My desire is to build stronger relationships with residents and improve communication so they feel valued and protected. I have implemented strategies that foster stronger relationships and two-way communication between leaders and stakeholders. Listening, researching issues, following through and collaborating to reach consensus are my strengths.