About Michele

headshot-1.pngMichele Ritt is a mother, wife, teacher and long time resident of Madison’s beloved Northside; she resides there with her husband, John Rademacher, and their two children, Priya and Josef.

Originally from Iowa, Michele Ritt moved to Madison, Wisconsin to attend Edgewood College, earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and beginning her career as an educator in the Madison Metropolitan School District.

Community Involvement:

Peace Corps, National Peace Corps Association, Camp Hozhoni, Santas Without Chimneys, Stone Soup Squad, Positive Behavior Support Team, OM Village, North Lake Mendota Neighborhood Association, Friends of Cherokee Marsh, Madison Teachers, Inc.

Special Education Teacher, Madison Metropolitan School District

2 years on the Dane County Board (2014 - 2016)

Committees:

City-County Homeless Issues Committee, Human Services Board, Long Term Support Committee, Public Works & Transportation Committee

In the News:

CapTimes Editorial: For Dane County Board: Mary Kolar, Hayley Young, Michele Ritt, Nikki Jones

Q&A: Dane County Board Supervisor Michele Ritt feeds the homeless with the Stone Soup Squad

Volunteers help the homeless during cold snap, come across close call in downtown

 

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