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Caroline Gómez-Tom

14th District Supervisor

Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom

Dear Neighbor,

I am so glad to serve District 14 as County Supervisor for the rest of the 2022-2024 term. I am committed to uplifting our community’s voice and hope that you will reach out to me directly to share your opinions and wishes for our district and Milwaukee County.

My goal is to make sure that all people living in District 14 and Milwaukee County have the resources they need to thrive and that everyone is safe and respected where they live, work, and play.

I hope to be the bridge between the community and the Milwaukee County policies that impact our day-to-day lives, and that starts by listening to you. Please do not hesitate to reach out. Your voice is so important.

How to Contact Me 

Contact my office at (414) 278-4252.


About Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom

Caroline Gómez-Tom was born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. As the daughter of working-class, immigrant parents from Mexico, Caroline was instilled with a strong work ethic and dedication to family and community. She watched her parents work multiple jobs and sacrifice to make ends meet, and in some cases, still come up short in a system not built for them. Her parents’ experience inspired Caroline’s commitment to lifting up the community, working in outreach and policy, and building bridges to support working families.

Caroline graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a double major in political science and social work. She also holds a master’s degree in social work with a concentration in social policy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Caroline works for Covering Wisconsin, a program at UW-Wisconsin Madison, Division of Extension and in her role works to help people across Wisconsin understand and access affordable health insurance coverage and care. She also worked for Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers from 2019-2021 in community engagement, during the COVID-19 emergency response.

Caroline is currently on the board of the Milwaukee Latino Health Coalition (MLHC), Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin (CHAW), and Kids Forward. In 2022, she was elected the president of the City of Milwaukee Board of Health. This term will run for the 2022-2023 session.

In 2016, she was honored as one of the “40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Healthcare” by the National Minority Quality Forum.

Caroline moved to the southside of Milwaukee in December 2013 and purchased a home in the Garden District in 2015 where she lives with her husband and two rescue dogs. In her free time, she is a member of the Milwaukee Choristers and enjoys gardening, cooking, and supporting local restaurants.


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Press Releases

Supervisors Express Support for Resolution Allocating Surplus Revenues for Park Maintenance


Yesterday, December 14, 2023, the Committee on Finance approved an amended resolution that would allocate the 2023 Parks Department surplus toward maintenance and capital projects within Milwaukee County Parks.

Supervisors Gómez-Tom and Martinez to Host Joint Budget Town Hall


Supervisors Caroline Gómez-Tom and Juan Miguel Martinez will host a bilingual town hall tomorrow for District 14 and District 12 residents to discuss the 2024 recommended budget for Milwaukee County.

Milwaukee County Adopted 2024 Budget Discontinues Birth Cost Recovery for Fathers


In the 2024 Milwaukee County budget, County Executive David Crowley and 14th District County Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom supported an amendment to discontinue Birth Cost Recovery efforts after the birth of a child, which the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved.

Supervisor Gómez-Tom Commends Adoption of Multilingual Communication Policy


Today, the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution, authored by Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom, urging Milwaukee County to adopt a multi-lingual information-sharing approach. Supervisor Gómez-Tom released the following statement.

Budget Amendment Elevates Community Voices, Fuels Ongoing Budget Collaboration Among Supervisors


Today, Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson, in collaboration with several co-sponsors, authored a proposal unanimously adopted by the Committee on Finance to amend Milwaukee County’s 2024 recommended budget.

Supervisor Gómez-Tom Commends County Board on Difficult Sales Tax Decision


Today, the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors passed Resolution 23-719, implementing an additional 0.4% county sales tax. Upon the legislation’s passage, County Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom released the following statement:

Milwaukee County Board Supervisors Collaborate on Budget, Vote to Enhance County Services, Invest in Safety and Security


Today, Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson, in collaboration with co-sponsors, authored a proposal adopted by the Finance Committee to enhance County services and invest in public safety.

Supervisor Gómez-Tom Congratulates UPS Workers on Securing Tentative Agreement


County Supervisor Caroline Gómez-Tom extends heartfelt congratulations to hardworking UPS workers around the country for securing a tentative agreement in their ongoing efforts to improve working conditions and secure fair wages.

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In The News

Urban Milwaukee: County Beefing Up Translation Services


Milwaukee County could soon offer translation services for its public meetings and communications. County officials are planning to beef up the county’s existing multi-lingual offerings.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisors Push Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Resolution


Supervisors on the Milwaukee County Board will consider a resolution this month calling for a ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

JS Online: Here's What We Know About Milwaukee County's Release of Bodycam Footage


Milwaukee County is playing a waiting game when it comes to reviewing policy changes that could potentially offer a recommended timeframe for when bodycam footage is released by local law enforcement to family members and the public.

Shepherd Express: Travel Reimbursements for Medical Expenses Outside Wisconsin


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors recently passed Resolution 23-843, allowing county employees to receive travel reimbursements for out-of-state medical expenses.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Votes to Wait for City Bodycam Lawsuit Ruling


The Milwaukee County Board will wait for a ruling on a lawsuit over a City of Milwaukee body camera policy before recommending a similar one to the Sheriff’s Office.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves New Correctional Food Contract


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved a new contractor for food provision in the county’s correctional facilities.

Urban Milwaukee: A Battle Over Sheriff’s Bodycam Policy


At its next meeting, the Milwaukee County Board will deliberate on a video and body camera policy for the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), though it does not have the authority to implement the policy.

TMJ 4: County Works to Find Affordable Housing Plans for Homeless Population at Park and Rides


The Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) said they were going to void citations that they gave out early Friday morning at the Holt Avenue Park and Ride.

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