Christine Sinicki was born in Milwaukee in March of 1960. She was raised in the Bay View neighborhood and she is a graduate of Bay View High School. After graduation, Christine worked as a waitress until becoming manager of a small business in Bay View. In 1981 she married Michael Sinicki. She is the proud mother of two.
Her involvement with her children’s education led her to a life of civil engagement and public service. She is a former PTA member and President. After learning first-hand the issues facing public education, she ran successfully for Milwaukee Public School Board in 1991. Christine served on the School board until 1998, when she was elected to the State Assembly.
As your Assembly Representative Christine makes worker's rights, education and health care her top priorities. She is a member of the Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers, the Assembly Democratic Task Force on Working Families. Representative Sinicki was named a Flemming Fellow by the Center for Policy Alternatives, and as a Fellow by the Bowhay Institute at the La Follette School of Government, UW Madison. Chris lives with her husband in Milwaukee.