Justin C. Brasch, his wife and three children have lived in White Plains since 2003. Mr. Brasch is a graduate of Hunter College High School, Williams College and attended Oxford University during his Junior year. He is also a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
Mr. Brasch is a Partner at the Law Offices of Justin C. Brasch, a New York City firm, specializing in Landlord-Tenant, Leasing and Criminal Law.
Council Member Brasch is currently Chair of the Board of the White Plains Youth Bureau and a Member of the Budget and Management Advisory Committee.
Mr. Brasch has over thirty years of public service which began at age seventeen, when he was an intern for then Congressman Ted Weiss. Justin C. Brasch is a former member of the White Plains Planning Board. He served for over ten years on the Westchester County Legislature's Citizens Budget Advisory Committee, as well as being a member of the White Plains School Board Budget Advisory Committee and the White Plains Multi-Modal Transportation Center Stakeholder Task Force. Justin C. Brasch is also a former member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Democratic Party. Mr. Brasch has served in numerous leadership positions as a volunteer for a variety of non-profit, advocacy, and charitable organizations, including the Sierra Club and the NAACP.
Justin Brasch is a member of the Hebrew Institute of White Plains and the Young Israel of White Plains. Mr. Brasch's wife, Juli Smith, is a Lawyer in New York City and serves as a Commissioner of the White Plains Housing Authority.