For the past 20 years, Brandi Ramundo has called Wayne Township home. Brandi graduated from Northern Illinois University and is a former Experian Named Account Executive. In that role, she advised some of the largest banks, credit unions and mortgage companies on their utilization of credit data for risk management. She has been married to her husband, Al, for 19 years, and they have three active children who are their world. The Ramundo family are members of Resurrection Catholic Church and dedicated supporters of Wayne Township’s Food Pantry, Seniors, and area schools. Brandi also serves on the Board of Directors for the Bartlett Veterans Memorial Foundation.
Brandi’s passion for her community led her to run and serve two terms as a Wayne Township Trustee. During her tenure, she attended eleven Township Officials of Illinois Annual Conferences to stay abreast of changing laws and procedures effecting township government, trained new trustees throughout the state on their roles and responsibilities, and was nominated by fellow statewide trustees to represent them on the board of the Illinois Township Trustees Division of the Township Officials of Illinois for 4 years.
After two terms as a Trustee, Brandi ran for Wayne Township Clerk. She sees the role as the taxpayer’s eyes and ears and has utilized her extensive knowledge and township experience to bring about modern innovation, transparency, and accountability to the office.
Clerk Ramundo is the most qualified person to be responsible for keeping the integrity of the elected officials’ meetings and decisions. In addition, she is focused on implementing the latest procedures to effectively maintain, comply, and exceed the township’s compliance requirements across the various governing entities.