WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) January 24, 2018
Christina Lambert, a long-standing local leader, community activist and executive, has launched an election campaign for the West Palm Beach City Commission seat for District 5.
“I am running for City Commission to bring effective and innovative leadership to the City Commission,” said Lambert. “As a Hispanic woman, I will bring diversity and a renewed energy to the City Commission to ensure neighborhood improvement projects are getting done quicker and our residents are seeing real results in their community. My focus is on creating jobs, prioritizing public safety, improving our local schools and protecting our city’s water supply. It’s time for less talk and more action."
Lambert has extensive leadership experience, having served in executive positions in both the private and non-profit sectors. Currently, she serves as the productivity strategist for Productive Power, where she works with local CEOs and business professionals to help implement smarter business practices. Prior to this, Lambert was the president and CEO of the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, where she oversaw a multi-million dollar budget. During her time with the foundation, Lambert also increased funding to support education programs and launched new services for local schools.
In addition, Lambert has served the West Palm Beach community in a variety of positions, including as the board member and annual event chairman for the 211 Crisis Line of the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast, chair of media and public relations as a SunFest board member, and a member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and Economic Council of Palm Beach County.
About Christina Lambert
Christina Lambert, a long-time community activist and executive, is running for West Palm Beach City Commission District 5 in the upcoming Tuesday, March 13, 2018 election. Lambert is focused on working with residents, neighborhoods and the business community to create local jobs, prioritize public safety, improve the city’s local schools and invest in neighborhood projects. As the former CEO of the Education Foundation and executive director of Leadership Palm Beach County, Lambert has experience managing multi-million dollar budgets, creating efficiencies in services and overseeing community benefits programs. Lambert will bring leadership experience, effectiveness and new ideas to the City Commission.