The Lancaster Neighborhood Vitalization Commission is tasked with garnering community support and working with the City Council and City staff to facilitate stronger neighborhoods. This Commission works with citizens, community leaders, other government agencies and local organizations in an effort to achieve its goals.
Neighborhood Vitalization Commission – Qualifications
Commissioner must be a resident of the City of Lancaster or a resident of the Antelope Valley AND work within Lancaster city limits. Elected officials may serve. Commissioners may serve on more than one commission simultaneously. Compensation: none.
Contact the Lancaster Neighborhood Vitalization Commission: Phone (661) 723-6009
CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE LANCASTER NEIGHBORHOOD VITALIZATION COMMISSION:
|LANCASTER NEIGHBORHOOD VITALIZATION COMMISSION MEETINGS
|The First Tuesday of Every Month
Lancaster City Hall Council Chambers
44933 North Fern Avenue
Lancaster, CA 93534
Lisa Moulton, Vice Chair
Lisa Moulton manages the district office operations at the main district office in Lancaster, and two satellite offices for State Senator George Runner. Moulton is a California State University-Northridge graduate with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Early Childhood Development. Moulton is a firm believer in our community and city’s potential, and wants to help improve the quality of life for the citizens of Lancaster. In her current position as a District Director she has many conversations with the citizens of the Antelope Valley regarding many issues, and is willing and able to make the hard decisions to continue to improve our city.
As executive director of AVPH, Kiefer studies health issues for strategic planning and training programs. She supervises a staff of 21 employees and about 200 community volunteers. She works with city, county, state and federal officials, public health professionals, political officials and community leaders to promote health education, research and public health awareness in the Antelope Valley. One of her more successful projects have been to partner with the City of Lancaster to place Wellness Homes.
Michelle is also the chief financial officer of the Antelope Valley Community Clinic. The clinic was founded through AVPH and branched off into a successful independent non-profit organization that provides health services to underserved clients unable to afford the high cost of health services.
She also participated in various committees and boards of directors to contribute to mission development and business planning. She continues to be integral in the development of healthy initiatives such as biking and walking trails and pathways to provide connectivity for residents to safely move among neighborhoods and points of interest.
In addition to her bachelor’s degree, in 2003, Ms. Kiefer received her Master of Business Administration degree from University of Phoenix.