Sheila Kuehl

Third District

Sheila Kuehl

Third District

About the Supervisor

Supervisor Kuehl, representing Los Angeles County’s Third District, was elected on November 4, 2014, and assumed office on December 1. Since then, she has led or collaborated in initiatives and motions on minimum wage, the Sheriff’s Oversight Commission, homelessness and affordable housing, foster children—including specifically LGBT foster youth—the Office of Child Protection, oversight of the Probation Department and the new unified County Health Agency. Kuehl previously served eight years in the California Senate and six years in the Assembly, authoring 171 bills that were signed into law. She was the first woman in California history to be named Speaker Pro Tempore of the Assembly and the first openly gay or lesbian person to be elected to the California Legislature. The Supervisor graduated from Harvard Law School in 1978. In her youth, she played the irrepressible Zelda Gilroy on “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.”

About the Supervisor

Supervisor Kuehl, representing Los Angeles County’s Third District, was elected on November 4, 2014, and assumed office on December 1. Since then, she has led or collaborated in initiatives and motions on minimum wage, the Sheriff’s Oversight Commission, homelessness and affordable housing, foster children—including specifically LGBT foster youth—the Office of Child Protection, oversight of the Probation Department and the new unified County Health Agency. Kuehl previously served eight years in the California Senate and six years in the Assembly, authoring 171 bills that were signed into law. She was the first woman in California history to be named Speaker Pro Tempore of the Assembly and the first openly gay or lesbian person to be elected to the California Legislature. The Supervisor graduated from Harvard Law School in 1978. In her youth, she played the irrepressible Zelda Gilroy on “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.”

213.974.3333

About the Supervisor

Supervisor Kuehl, representing Los Angeles County’s Third District, was elected on November 4, 2014, and assumed office on December 1. Since then, she has led or collaborated in initiatives and motions on minimum wage, the Sheriff’s Oversight Commission, homelessness and affordable housing, foster children—including specifically LGBT foster youth—the Office of Child Protection, oversight of the Probation Department and the new unified County Health Agency. Kuehl previously served eight years in the California Senate and six years in the Assembly, authoring 171 bills that were signed into law. She was the first woman in California history to be named Speaker Pro Tempore of the Assembly and the first openly gay or lesbian person to be elected to the California Legislature. The Supervisor graduated from Harvard Law School in 1978. In her youth, she played the irrepressible Zelda Gilroy on “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.”

213.974.3333