First elected at the age 26, Justin Fischer is one of the youngest people ever elected to the Novi City Council, but his service to Novi and Southeast Michigan did not start there. Starting at the age of 20, Justin was appointed to the Novi Zoning Board of Appeals, and subsequently was elected to the Board of Directors of the Novi Parks Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization. During college, Justin also worked in the Office of State Senator Nancy Cassis, and interned in the Office of U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers.
While serving on City Council Justin has championed promoting green and innovative technology economic development, investments in recreation opportunities for all ages including a dog park in Novi, and a focus on core services that residents value most.
Along with his role as an elected representative for the people of Novi, Justin is employed by Ford Motor Company, overseeing Stockholders, Equity and Share-based Compensation accounting. Justin earned his MBA and Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Michigan State University. Justin and his wife, Melissa, plan to raise their family in Novi, the community they both called home growing up.
The information presented here was accurate as of January 2012.