About Our Treasurer

 

 

 

 

Dan Diliberti
Milwaukee County Treasurer

Dan Diliberti brings a long history of involvement in government and the non-profit sector to the office of Milwaukee County Treasurer. For the twelve years prior to his election as Treasurer, Diliberti represented the southwest side of Milwaukee and parts of Greenfield in the 8th County Supervisory District on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. During his tenure on the Board, he gained a reputation as a fiscal conservative, a reformer of county government, and an advocate for the parks. He also promoted strategic planning to bring measurable objectives and accountability to County budgeting.

Diliberti volunteered in both the Peace Corps and Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA). He served as director of a non-profit agency on Milwaukee's near-south side, worked as a fiscal analyst and a policy and planning analyst for Milwaukee County; was a Milwaukee County Supervisor for 12 years, where he served eight years as vice-chair of the County Board and chaired various County Board Committees including: the Finance Committee, the Intergovernmental Relations Committee and the Parks Committee; membership on the Milwaukee County Strategic Planning Steering Committee; and teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Institute of Governmental Affairs. His education includes an MS degree in Urban Studies at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (UWM), an MS degree in Communication at Marquette University, and a BA degree in Political Science at UWM.

During his public and non-profit service, Diliberti received numerous recognitions and awards for his work, including national and local awards for innovation and modernization of treasury functions. Among the many professional organizations he served in are: the Wisconsin County Treasurer's Association (WCTA); the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA); the National Association of Public Administrators; the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA) - where he chaired the WCA Taxation and Finance Committee and served on the WCA Board of Directors; the National Counties Association (NACO) - where he served on the NACO Taxation and Finance Committee; and the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission - where he served on the Executive Committee and the Planning and Research Committee.

Diliberti has received numerous awards and citations for community service and has served as an officer of the board of the South Side Civic Association, the South Side Business Club; the South Side Community Organization and the Pere president of the Jackson Park Neighborhood Association; and chair of the 6th District Neighborhood Advisory Council on Crime Prevention. He has been a member of: the Knights of Columbus; the board of the Pere Marquette Foundation; the Jackson Park Business Association; the Milwaukee Task Force on Drug Abuse; and the Public Policy Forum.

Diliberti was born and raised in Milwaukee and has been married for 43 years to his wife, Ann. They are the proud parents of three daughters, Louisa, Gina and Nicole (husband Daniel Patience), and grandparents of Logan and Luke Patience.