Madonna Flood is a founding member of the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Council and was first elected to serve in November 2002.
She is a proud lifelong resident of Okolona and is committed to making District 24 a better place to live. Prior to merger, Madonna enjoyed a long career in property management working for a national company and then a locally-owned company.
Her civic involvement has included serving as a trustee/secretary of the Okolona Fire Department and being a member of the State Fire Commission. She is also a past board member of the Highview Youth Sports League, St. Luke’s Parish Council, St. Vincent DePaul Society, Okolona Women’s Club, Neighborhood Block Watches and the Okolona Library Booster Club. She currently serves on the board of Wesley Manor Retirement Community.
Madonna represents portions of Okolona, Highview and Fern Creek – including Indian Falls, St. Rita, Filson Fields, Whispering Hills, Southern Acres, Treasure Island, Silver Heights, Bridlewood, Stone Bluff, Quail Run, Shallow Creek and Cinderella Estates.
In 2019, she serves as Chair of the Metro Council's Planning and Zoning Committee. She is also a member of the Public Safety Committee and the Government Oversight Committee.
For the past ten years she has lead, with the help of many sponsors and the public, the “Doing Our Part from the Heart Campaign.” This effort collects basic personal items and sends them to United States service men and women in remote areas around the world.
She graduated from Southern High School in 1975 and is a member of the Southern High School Hall of Fame. She has an associate paralegal degree from the University of Louisville.