Board of Supervisors

Felesia A. Martin

7th District Supervisor

Dear Neighbor,

Milwaukee County, along with the City of Milwaukee, is currently going through a renewal and growth period. It is an honor and privilege to serve as your County Board Supervisor during this exciting period in our community.  

Working collaboratively is our pathway forward to growth and prosperity for us all!  I look forward to working with the residents of the 7th District and its partners to restore pride, respect, and decency in our communities. Together we can rebuild community trust and engagement by working with each other. 

I plan to host "meet and greet" sessions, as well as listening sessions, year-round throughout the district to ensure constituents have an opportunity to meet their county supervisor face to face. My goal is to let the constituents know that their voice is being heard and amplified through the County Board. Together we will make a difference and we will be inclusive. We strive to include everyone in our meetings as we work towards a better understanding of our needs and one another.  

Constituents are encouraged to contact my office with any issues and/or concerns or to schedule a meeting. Community groups are also encouraged to contact my office to share invites to community events or programs, to tour facilities, and to request citations or certificates. I look forward to working with you. 

All of Us Together! 

Call my office at (414) 278-4241 

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About Supervisor Martin

Supervisor Martin was first elected to the county board April 3, 2018 and re-elected in 2020 and 2022. She currently serves as Chair of the Audit Committee, Vice-Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee, and also serves on the Parks, Energy & Environment Committee and Intergovernmental Relations Committee. Supervisor Martin was appointed to the Milwaukee County Pension Study Commission for a term expiring May 24, 2023. She also serves as Chair of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Council.  

She and her husband along with their “fur kids”, Jazz the Cat and Albert ‘the alley cat,’ reside in the Sherman Park Neighborhood, where they have lived for more than 40 years. Supervisor Martin is a proud alumnus of Milwaukee Public Schools, having graduated from John Marshall High School. She attended Bryant & Stratton College and Lakeland College (now known as Lakeland University). 

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Press Releases

Supervisor Martin Applauds Arrival of 73 New Clean Diesel Buses


County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin praised the announcement that Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) is continuing to modernize public transit in Milwaukee County by adding 73 new clean diesel buses.

Roe v. Wade Decision Would Be an Unacceptable Backslide for Women’s Rights


On Monday evening, it was reported that the United States Supreme Court had voted to strike down the Roe v. Wade decision, which guaranteed federal protections of abortion rights. County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and Supervisors Felesia A. Martin and Liz Sumner released the following statement on the draft opinion.

County Supervisors Disappointed in Defeat of Referendum on Abortion


Today the County Board rejected a resolution that would have placed a referendum question on Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion law on the November 2022 ballot.

County Supervisors Congratulate José G. Pérez on Election as Common Council President


Yesterday Alderman José G. Pérez was unanimously elected President of the Milwaukee Common Council, becoming the first Latino to hold this position. Milwaukee County Supervisors released the following statement congratulating President Pérez.

Joint Statement from Supervisors Martin, Johnson Jr., Clancy, Shea, and Burgelis on SCOWIS Ballot Box Decision, Introduction of Legislation


Today, Supervisors Felesia A. Martin, Willie Johnson Jr., Ryan Clancy, Steven Shea, and Peter Burgelis announce the introduction of legislation in support of nonpartisan election administration in Milwaukee and Wisconsin.

Supervisor Martin Praises MCTS Drivers, Calls on Community to Act Respectfully on Public Transit


County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin praised the decision by Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) to continue requiring masks on county buses. Supervisor Martin also acknowledged the difficult, yet critical job MCTS bus drivers do every day, even in the face of COVID-19.

County Supervisors Denounce Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade


County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and Supervisors Felesia A. Martin, Liz Sumner, Willie Johnson, Jr., Sheldon A. Wasserman, Ryan Clancy, and Shawn Rolland issued the following statement today in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Supervisor Martin to Participate in MCTS Mobile Meet Up Thursday


County Supervisor Felesia Martin will participate in Milwaukee County Transit System’s (MCTS) Mobile Meet Ups program this Thursday, December 2, in honor of Civil Rights Icon Rosa Parks.

County Supervisors Support Milwaukee Brewers Pride Night


Today Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson and County Supervisors Peter Burgelis, Ryan Clancy, Felesia Martin, Juan Miguel Martinez, Shawn Rolland, Liz Sumner, Kathleen Vincent, and Sheldon Wasserman released the following statement.

Supervisor Martin to Host Virtual Town Hall with Congresswoman Moore on ARPA, Build Back Better and Infrastructure


County Supervisor Felesia A. Martin will host a virtual town hall with Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-4) on Monday, November 22, from 5-6:30 p.m. The town hall will focus on American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding, the Build Back Better agenda, and the recent federal infrastructure bill signed into law this month.

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In The News

Urban Milwaukee: Should County Parks Serve Wine, Spirits?


A number of Milwaukee County Supervisors have sponsored legislation requesting the state allow the county to sell hard liquor and wine at its parks. The supervisors are calling on the state Legislature to simply pass statutory language found in a 2015 assembly bill that never made it out of committee.

TMJ4: Local Officials To Unveil Dontre Hamilton Memorial Bench, Plaque


Local officials will be unveiling a memorial bench and plaque for Dontre Hamilton at Red Arrow Park on Saturday. Hamilton was shot and killed by a Milwaukee police officer on April 30, 2014.

WPR: Milwaukee County Plans Campaign to Promote Voter Education


Milwaukee County leaders hope to launch an effort to promote voting and voter registration as Wisconsin residents continue to deal with the fallout of lawsuits and rule changes surrounding access to the ballot box.

Milwaukee Business Journal: County Finalizes $45 Million In Funds For Milwaukee Public Museum


Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley signed the legislation to provide $45 million in Milwaukee County support to the Milwaukee Public Museum for its new museum project.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisors Propose Parks Youth Corps


A handful of Milwaukee County supervisors are proposing the creation of a corps of young people working in Milwaukee County Parks.

Urban Milwaukee: Crowley, Nicholson Sign Museum Deal


County officials gathered at the Milwaukee Public Museum Monday morning for the ceremonial signing of legislation that commits the county to borrowing $45 million to help pay for the public museum’s replacement.

Urban Milwaukee: Nicholson Shuffles Board’s Leadership


Marcelia Nicholson was recently re-elected Chair of the Milwaukee County Board on an unanimous vote, and has announced a slate of committee chairs for the board’s new session that scrambles the old leadership.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves Climate Change Plan


The Milwaukee County Board recently passed a resolution authored by Supervisor Jason Haas that will have the county begin preparing for the current and future consequences of global climate change.

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