Bradette Jepsen bio
Before her election as president of the Broward County League of Women Voters, Bradette Jepsen served as chair of the League’s Gun Safety Committee. She lobbied local and state elected officials, presented forums, and acted as a liaison with other gun safety groups. As a board member, she has been active in the League’s Speakers Bureau and voter registration efforts. Bradette attended the Florida League’s Advocacy Forum in Tallahassee where she joined other League members, lobbying for legislation that supported the league’s positions.
Bradette has extensive professional experience in human services, primarily in juvenile corrections. Her roles included counselor/teacher, consultant, and administrator. She has also owned a small business in Broward County.
A published non-fiction author of “Supervising Young Offenders,” she has authored an award-winning novel, “For Their Own Good.”
Bradette lives in Sunrise with her husband Mike.