Louise Trojanowski-Marconi, a Connecticut native, has lived in Brookfield for over 32 years with her husband, Robert Marconi, and is seeking a second full term on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Louise and Robert raised two daughters, Elizabeth and Christina Marconi, who both graduated from Brookfield High School, and later UConn, and went on to graduate school and careers in social work (Elizabeth) and marine science (Christina).
Louise, a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University (B.S.) and the University of Hartford's Barney School of Business (M.S.), is an Assistant Financial Center Manager for Bank of America. She previously served a two-year term on the Brookfield Zoning Board of Appeals in the 1990s, as well as four terms on the Board of Assessment Appeals. Louise has served for over 25 years on the Water Pollution Control Authority, where she currently serves as Vice Chairman.
She brings a wealth of experience of service to Brookfield as a candidate for the Zoning Board of Appeals and would be honored to continue to serve the people of Brookfield.