Orange County Supervisor, 5th District
Vice Chair Lisa Bartlett is currently serving as the Fifth District Supervisor for the County of Orange, and also represents South Orange County on the Transportation Corridor Agencies Board of Directors, CalOptima, Orange County Fire Authority and the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission.
Bartlett was elected to the Dana Point City Council in November 2006 and was re-elected in November 2010, serving as Mayor Pro Tem in 2007-08 and as Mayor in 2009 and 2014. Bartlett was born and raised in Southern California and has been a resident of South Orange County for the past 20+ years. She is a proud long time resident of Dana Point and has watched the city evolve into one of the most desirable destination resort communities along the coast, a place we call Paradise. Vice Chair Bartlett earned a Bachelor's degree in Finance, a Master's degree in Business Administration, became a Certified PMP (Project Management Professional) and a licensed Real Estate Broker. Her professional career spans several decades and includes holding executive management positions in a worldwide computer software company, a project management consulting firm and several law firms.
During her eight years serving on the Dana Point City Council, Bartlett served on the Board of Directors for the Transportation Corridor Agency and the Ocean Institute, President for the Association of California Cities - Orange County, Past President for the California League of Cities, Orange County Division, Member of the Southern California Edison Government Advisory Panel and Executive Administration Member and Regional Council Member for the Southern California Association of Governments.
Her participation on regional boards and committees allows for collaborative regional-based representation as well as greater visibility for Orange County. Lisa believes in and strives for fiscal responsibility, accountability and greater transparency in government.
Vice Chair Bartlett has always been actively involved in philanthropic work and several non-profit organizations such as Children's Hospital Queen of Hearts Guild, the Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary, and the Ocean Institute.