Councilwoman Lisa Clancy is excited to serve her first term
representing the residents of the 5
th District of St. Louis County.
She was elected to a four-year term in 2018.
Born and raised in Webster Groves, Lisa left St. Louis after
college graduation and relocated to post-Katrina New Orleans, where she served
as a Teach For America Corps Member. In her special education classroom, Lisa
saw firsthand how her low-income students and their families deserved strong
advocates both in the classroom and in their communities. In the ensuing
decade, Lisa has worked in the nonprofit sector, focusing on work that breaks
through the status quo in order to improve the lives of children, families, and
communities in need. Lisa is active in several community groups and nonprofit
boards, including We Stories and serving on the NARAL Missouri Board of
Directors. She lives in Maplewood with her husband, toddler son, and dogs. In
her free time, Lisa likes to spend time with her family outside in the woods or
at a park, or exploring St. Louis’ many restaurants.
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