Travis Radina was elected to represent Ward 3 on the Ann Arbor City Council in November, 2020, for a term ending in November, 2024. He is a member of the Democratic Party.

Prior to serving on the Ann Arbor City Council, Radina served for six years on the Board of Directors of the Jim Toy Community Center (Washtenaw County's LGBTQ Resource Center), including four years as President (2017-2020), and as LGBTQ Liaison to the Office of the Ann Arbor Mayor (2018-2020).

During the 2008 election cycle, Radina worked as a Research and Press Assistant for the Michigan Democratic Party, with focus on the campaign to elect former Congressman Mark Schauer. He then spent five years working in the legislative office of former State Representative & MI Democratic Floor Leader Kate Segal, initially as her Constituent Services Director, and later as her Legislative Director. Before returning to Ann Arbor in 2009, he was Vice Chair of the Delta Township District Library Board of Trustees and Chair of the Eaton County Democratic Party.

Radina was raised in Frankenmuth, MI, and earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan in 2008. He currently works for the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan and is a resident of the Arbor Oaks-Bryant neighborhood.