State Representative Jonathan brostoff
Milwaukee, WI State Assembly
Service: Public Allies AmeriCorps
Jonathan Brostoff grew up on Milwaukee’s east side where he still resides today. Graduating in 2011, he attended UW-Milwaukee, where he studies political science. This is also where he met his wife Diana.
He has been active in the community from a young age, volunteering regularly for homeless shelters and social service agencies, such as Pathfinders for youth and Dryhootch for veterans, and advocating for the rights of all Wisconsinites. After graduating from high school, he joined AmeriCorps’ Public Allies program, where he completed a ten-month leadership and non-profit apprenticeship at SDC’s Family Support Program.
Rep. Brostoff’s legislative priorities pertain to disability advocacy, Hmong rights, Deaf and hard of hearing issues, the rights of incarcerated individuals, public education, and mental health care support.
This session, he is serving on the committees of Aging and Long-Term Care, Government Accountability and Oversight, Mental Health, Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage, and Regulatory Licensing Reform.
Last session, he served on the committees of Aging and Long Term Care, Financial Institutions, Mental Health Reform, State Affairs and Government Operations, and Ways and Means. He was also a member of the task force on Alzheimer’s and Dementia.