Sworn into office on April 21, 2008, Johnny L. Thomas is serving his first full term on the Milwaukee County Board as the 18th District Supervisor, and he’s been busy making ensuring his voice is heard and representing the interests of his constituents since.
A Milwaukee native, Supervisor Thomas is a graduate of UW-Milwaukee (UWM) where he earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting. He also holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from Cardinal Stritch University, which comes in handy since he serves as Vice-Chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee and also serves on the Economic and Community Development Committee and the Transportation, Public Works and Transit Committee.
As a resident of the 18th District, Supervisor Thomas is committed to economic development, personal safety and quality of life issues that affect residents of Milwaukee. He is focused on ensuring a responsive, accessible and accountable government for the citizens of Milwaukee County.
Supervisor Thomas and his wife Yolanda are the proud parents Justin and Jordan. They are members of Christ the King Baptist Church and reside on Milwaukee’s northwest side.
Since taking office, Supervisor Thomas has rolled up his sleeves to fight for his district and works hard to ensure he stays in touch with them in the community and through various forms of media. He is approachable and focused on improving the quality of life in Milwaukee and making a difference in the community he calls home.
May 2, 2014 //
May 2, 2014 //
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