Lisa Neuder of North Bethesda was confirmed by the County Council on Tuesday, February 12, as the newest member of the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board. She replaces Dan Hoffman of North Bethesda, who recently accepted a position as Montgomery County's Chief Innovation Officer.
Lisa is a Montgomery County native and has lived in North Bethesda for five years. She is a lawyer with an MBA. A graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and the R.H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, she has served in both the executive and legislative branches. Lisa has worked in several positions within the U.S. Department of Treasury and as a Legislative Counsel for several members of Congress, both in the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. She also has served as a political appointee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Lisa was recently selected to participate in the inaugural class of the D.C. Bar Leadership Academy (2013). She has received a number of awards for her service in the county including, from the County Executive for service to Community Action’s VITA and Financial Education programs for three consecutive years. She is an active member of the Legislative Committee for the Woman’s Democratic Club of Montgomery County and volunteers with the Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection. She has previously served as Treasurer and Board Member of Montgomery Women.
The Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board meets next Tuesday, February 19, 7pm to discuss the Chevy Chase Lake Sector Plan. Also on the agenda is a presentation from Police Commander David Falcinelli and a presentation from the Coalition for Smarter Growth. The meeting will be held at the B-CC Regional Services Center and is open to all.