January 16, 2018

Cardinal Stritch University has named Janette Braverman Dean of the College of Business and Management. The appointment is effective January 15, 2018.

“Janette is a recognized leader in Milwaukee and Wisconsin and her experience will benefit undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Business and Management, as well as positioning the College for future success across the state and region,” said Stritch President Kathleen A. Rinehart, J.D. “Janette has dedicated her professional career to building meaningful and lasting relationships. In demonstration of our Franciscan values, Janette is a true servant leader who will be a dynamic addition to the Stritch team.”

Braverman is the author of “10 Reasons Communication Brings Transformation: Unleash Your Greatness” and has more than 20 years of professional experience in the information technology and manufacturing industries, including leadership roles at Lockheed Martin Aerospace, Harley-Davidson, Inc. and Rockwell Automation. She holds several professional certifications and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Information Systems from the University of Texas at El Paso and earned a Master of Science in Business Management from Stritch in 2009.

Braverman serves as County Board Supervisor for District 24 of Ozaukee County (Wis.). Her roles and responsibilities include serving on the County’s Health and Human Services Committee, representing constituents across the district, setting and approving policies and approving annual budgets. She was also appointed to the Economic Development Board by the mayor of the City of Mequon. Braverman also is a member of Rotary International District 6270.

“Leadership and business development, education and community service have always been my passions,” said Braverman. “I’m elated to have the opportunity to pursue all of my passions, and what’s even better is that it’s at my alma mater.”

Learn more about the College of Business and Management at www.stritch.edu/cbm