Lisa Subeck currently serves in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing the 78th Assembly District encompassing the far west side of Madison. Prior to her election to the State Assembly, Lisa served two terms as an Alderwoman on the City of Madison Common Council. She has been active in state and local politics, both personally and professionally, for nearly 20 years.
Lisa is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her past work includes serving as the Executive Director of United Wisconsin and as the Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin. Before that, Lisa worked in the social services field focusing on issues of poverty, homelessness, and affordable housing at YWCA Madison. She began her career in childcare, working for several years with the Head Start and Early Head Start programs and also teaching technical college courses in early childhood education at Madison Area Technical College.
In the State Legislature, Lisa remains a staunch advocate for social and economic justice, as well as women’s equality and reproductive choice.
In the State Legislature, Lisa serves on the Assembly Campaigns & Elections, Children & Families, Energy & Utilities, Health, Local Government, and Public Benefit Reform Committees, Vice-Chair of the Adoption Task Force, and on the Joint Committee for the Review of Administrative Rules.