Melissa Agard is a trailblazing State Senator representing the people of Wisconsin with passion and dedication. Her tireless efforts to improve the lives of her constituents have earned her a reputation as a champion for progress and justice.
Born and raised in Wisconsin, Melissa has connected deeply to her community. She earned her Bachelor's in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before being elected Senator, she went on to work in various public service roles, including serving on the Dane County Board of Supervisors and the 48th Assembly District.
Melissa's commitment to public service and community activism led her to run for State Senate, where she has been a powerful advocate for change. She has been a leading voice on issues such as healthcare reform, education funding, and environmental protection, working tirelessly to ensure that the needs of Wisconsin's citizens are met.
In addition to her legislative work, Melissa is also an active community member. She volunteers with several organizations that promote social justice and equity and is a sought-after speaker on public service and civic engagement issues. Melissa's leadership and dedication have earned her widespread recognition and praise. She has been honored with numerous awards and accolades, including the Wisconsin Progress "Rising Star" and the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters’ “Conservation Champion” awards. Her unwavering commitment to improving the lives of Wisconsin's citizens serves as a model for others to follow, and her impact will be felt for generations to come.