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Shontel Brown

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 Cuyahoga County Council District 9

Shontel BrownShontel M. Brown is honored to serve as County Council Representative for District 9 and is fully committed to serving the needs of our citizens. Ms. Brown previously served on the Warrensville Heights City Council for three years. As a member of County Council, Ms. Brown intends to continue advocating for the needs of seniors and youth, and will work toward establishing a health and human services that integrates economic development and promotes job opportunities.

Prior to entering politics, Ms. Brown established a printing and promotions company called Diversified Digital Solutions that supports small to mid-size businesses with their marketing needs.

Ms. Brown earned an Associate’s Degree in Business Management from Cuyahoga Community College and volunteers as a Youth Ministry Leader at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church.

When she’s not working, Ms. Brown enjoys spending time with family and friends. 

Ms. Brown is chair of the Human Resources, Appointments & Equity Committee.


Contact Information

Cuyahoga County Council 
2079 East 9th Street – 8th Floor 
Cleveland, Ohio 44115 
Office: 216/698-2023 
Fax: 216/698-2040

District 9

Map of District 9District 9, which encompasses approximately 39 square miles, includes the cities of Bedford, Bedford Heights, Cleveland Ward 1 (All except Precincts B and C); Ward 4 (Precincts B, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M.01, N, O, Q, R, and S); Shaker Heights, and Warrensville Heights, and the villages of Highland Hills, North Randall, Orange, Pepper Pike and Woodmere. With a 2010 population of 112,896 persons and a housing unit count of 56,762 units, the District contains 8.8% of the County’s population and 9.1% of the County’s housing units.

Quick facts about District 9:

2010 Decennial Census

2006 - 2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates 

Prepared by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, January 2013

Source: New NEOCANDO, Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, MSASS, Case Western Reserve University, 2000 and 2010 Censuses, accessed 1/14/2013 and 1/24/2013, For Census information regarding Cleveland Wards, see: