Patrick Thevenow, the son of Madison residents Victor and Susan Thevenow, is a 2008 graduate of Madison Consolidated High School.
He earned BA degrees in History and Anthropology from Butler University, and a Masters Degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Chicago.
Patrick is currently self-employed in real estate investment and property management throughout Madison. He was previously employed as an analyst to Cook County, Illinois Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider in Chicago and as an analyst for the Illinois Republican Party during the 2014 Gubernatorial Election. Thevenow also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the nonprofit Contemporary Longrifle Foundation and previously on the Board of Directors of the non profit Syrian refugee aid organization SERA – Special Emergency Response and Assistance.