Academics: Attorney JoAnn Gromowski obtained her Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 1993; she then went on to Marquette University in Milwaukee where she obtained her law degree in 1998. JoAnn began her career in law in 1992 when she was an intern for a County Circuit Court Judge. During her education, she held internship positions with Judges at both the State Court and Federal Court levels. JoAnn studied law abroad in Cairo, Egypt. In addition to her law degree, she previously obtained her licenses in Accident & Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Real Estate Broker, and her investment license Series 6 and Series 66. She has continued her education by taking a handful of MBA courses in Finance. Previously, on the City of Mayville Planning and Zoning Commission.
Philosophy: JoAnn wants to educate her clients in all the options available to them based on their needs both now and in the future. She wants her clients to feel comfortable with her and call her no matter what the question is. If she can not solve your legal problem, she will help you find an attorney who can.
Family: JoAnn is a native of Wisconsin and reside in the City of Mayville, along the beautiful Horicon Marsh. She is the youngest in her family with four older brothers. Coming from a large family she has many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. JoAnn's daughter is in college. In addition, JoAnn's mother resides with her and their lovable dog named Butterball which is a yellow lab/golden retriever mix.
Hobbies: In her free time, JoAnn enjoys spending time with her family and dog, attending church, camping, traveling, photography, and family history. In the past, JoAnn obtained her 2nd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, finished 3 Tough Mudder, 4 Dirty Girl, dove with sharks in the Bahamas, and great white sharks in Guadulupe, Mexico. Since JoAnn loves pretty much any sport you will probably find her either attending a sporting event or participating in one!
Membership: Member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and Eastern District of Wisconsin 1998 www.wisbar.org; State Bar Elder Law Section: State Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section; State Bar Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Law Section; and National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys www.naela.org
Member of the Daughters of American Revolution www.dar.org; Member of the Mayflower Society (Wisconsin and National) www.themayflowersociety.org; and Board Member of New Beginnings A Home for Mothers www.homeformothers.com.