Craig Kammholz

Craig D. Kammholz, M.P.A.

Craig Kammholz is currently the Milwaukee County budget director. Prior to this promotion, he served as director of financial services in the City of Milwaukee Comptroller’s Office since 2005. Craig has also worked as the capital and debt analyst in the City of Milwaukee’s Budget Office.  He served in this and other budget and financial roles with the City since August of 1999.  Prior to his work for the City of Milwaukee, Craig was an economist with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.  He began his career as an analyst with the US Department of the Treasury and later with the Northeast-Midwest Institute in Washington DC.  Craig is currently the treasurer and secretary for Healthcare for the Homeless Milwaukee. 

Course Taught

  • PUBS 6571: Economics & Budgeting of Policing


  • American University in Washington, DC
    • M.P.A., Master of Public Administration
  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    • B.A., Economics and Political Science


  • “Does Revenue Forecasting Responsibility Matter: The Case of Milwaukee, Wisconsin” with Dr. Craig S. Maher in 2007
  • The Annual Report on Lending in the City of Milwaukee, City of Milwaukee, Office of the Comptroller, 2001 and 2002
  • HOPE and HOME:  Program Descriptions and Possible Changes, Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalition, 1992



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Marquette University College of Professional Studies
707 Building, Room 403
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee WI 53201-1881
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