On July 20, 2020, National Association of Counties (NACo) President Gary Moore appointed Orange County, California Supervisor Lisa Bartlett as an at-large member of the NACo Board of Directors.
“I am truly blessed and deeply honored to have been appointed by President Moore to serve on the NACo Board,” said Bartlett. “This is a critical time for the health and economic well-being of Orange County, and having a voice at the table, at both the State and National level, is vital to our future health and prosperity,” she said. “I look forward to representing Orange County and am grateful for the opportunity,” said Bartlett.
Supervisor Bartlett has been an active member of the NACo since 2016 and currently serves as a member of the Large Urban Caucus (LUCC) Steering Committee. The one-year appointment will position her to help steer the overall direction of the association in concert with its Executive Committee.
“NACo and counties across the country will be well-served by Supervisor Bartlett’s experience and dedication to public service,” said NACo President Gary Moore, judge-executive of Boone County, Ky. “She brings bold leadership to the Board of Directors as counties face unprecedented challenges and opportunities.”
NACo’s Annual Business Meeting was held virtually on July 20 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The meeting included the election of NACo officers and other association business. Over 1,000 county leaders and partners from across the country participated.