Hon. Lisa Janicki

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    Hon. Lisa Janicki

    Commissioner Lisa Janicki was first elected to the Board of Commissioners in 2014 and currently serves as the Board of County Commissioner’s Chair. Prior to her election, Commissioner Janicki worked for over 30 years as the Chief Financial Officer for Janicki family businesses. Commissioner Janicki brings a small business and community perspective to her work with the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Health. Commissioner Janicki serves on numerous community boards including the United Way of Skagit County, Soroptimists International of Sedro-Woolley, the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County (EDASC) and Gonzaga University’s Board of Regents. She is also the Past-President of Skagit Women and Business, has twice served as EDASC board president and is a 2005 graduate of Leadership Skagit.

     

    Commissioner Lisa Janicki was first elected to the Board of Commissioners in 2014 and currently serves as the Board of County Commissioner’s Chair.
    2019-02-20
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    2021-07-21

Commissioner, Skagit County, Wash.

Commissioner Lisa Janicki was first elected to the Board of Commissioners in 2014 and currently serves as the Board of County Commissioner’s Chair. Prior to her election, Commissioner Janicki worked for over 30 years as the Chief Financial Officer for Janicki family businesses. Commissioner Janicki brings a small business and community perspective to her work with the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Health. Commissioner Janicki serves on numerous community boards including the United Way of Skagit County, Soroptimists International of Sedro-Woolley, the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County (EDASC) and Gonzaga University’s Board of Regents. She is also the Past-President of Skagit Women and Business, has twice served as EDASC board president and is a 2005 graduate of Leadership Skagit.

 

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    A mother’s call to action

    Skagit County, Wash. Commissioner Lisa Janicki, who lost a son to drug addiction, implores parents and the community to talk about what it takes for people to get sober.