About Kevin Kramer

Councilman Kevin Kramer was elected to the first Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Council in November 2002.

In January of 2006, Councilman Kramer was elected and served as the Metro Council President. He currently is the vice chair of Budget Committee and is a member of the Government Accountability, Ethics & Intergovernmental Affairs Committee.  

Kramer serves is a member of the National League of Cities and serves on the Information Technology & Communications (ITC) Federal Advocacy Committee.  He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Family Scholar House.

Kramer has been a teacher at Mercy Academy of Louisville for over 17 years. He has also taught at St. Gabriel, 
St. Edwards, St. Denis and St. Xavier. Before returning to teaching he held several management positions with Wyandot Snack Foods.

A graduate of St. Xavier High school, Councilman Kramer holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Bellarmine University and a master’s degree in education from the University of Louisville. He also holds a National Certificate of Youth Ministry.

Kramer has been active in the Hikes Point community his entire life. He has coached for the Hikes Point Optimist club, Southeast YMCA and St. Martha. Councilman Kramer has also taught adult education classes for the Louisville Community Foundation and throughout Jefferson County Public Schools.

Councilman Kramer and his wife, Julie, have been married for 31 years and they have two adult children Matthew and Megan.