Sean Brennan has been serving on Parma City Council since his election in 2004 and has served as President of Parma City Council since 2011. During his time on council, Sean has advocated for the use of modern technology to help officers fight crime as well as working towards rebuilding Parma’s infrastructure and bringing economic development opportunities to the city.
Sean has also taught in the public schools for nearly 25 years, currently in high school American Government and Law. Sean’s devotion to the community has included giving out over $100,000 in scholarships since 2005, working to guarantee responsible gun ownership by giving away hundreds of free gun locks, and helping families by giving out food and PPE during COVID. Among his many responsibilities, Sean is a St. Charles Borromeo Parish Lector and Server, Cleveland Honor Flight Washington, D.C. Veteran Chaperone, member of the Cleveland American Middle East Organization (C.A.M.E.O), and former Parma Municipal Court Juvenile Diversion Program supervisor.
Sean graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies followed by a Master’s Degree from Cleveland State University.