Lisa Callan proudly represents the 5th Legislative District – including Snoqualmie, North Bend, Issaquah, Maple Valley, Black Diamond, Carnation, Fall City, and parts of Sammamish and unincorporated King County – in the Washington State House of Representatives. Since taking her oath of office over three years ago, she’s been an active voice for Washington families, schools, youth, and community investment.
As a vice chair of the House Capital Budget Committee, Lisa helps develop and direct investments in Washington construction and infrastructure projects, bringing opportunity and jobs to communities across the state.
Lisa also serves as a co-chair of the Children & Youth Behavioral Health Work Group, leading a group of hundreds of stakeholders focused on improving the behavioral health services and strategies for children, youth, families, and caregivers. Through this work, she’s helped pass many new policies in mental health, substance use, suicide prevention, workforce development, and perinatal-to-young-adult behavioral healthcare.
Before she was elected in 2018, Lisa served as a school board director in the Issaquah School District, worked as a Boeing engineer and project manager, and consulted in software development.
Vice Chair, House Capital Budget Committee (since 2019)
House Education Committee (since 2019)
House Children, Youth & Families Committee (since 2021)
House Human Services & Early Learning Committee (2019-20)
Co-Chair, Children & Youth Behavioral Health Work Group (since 2020)
Early Learning Advisory Council (since 2019)
Office of Homeless Youth Advisory Committee (since 2019)
NCSL Health & Human Services Committee (since 2021)
NCSL Early Learning Fellows Program (2019)
Advocate for Affordable Housing, Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County (2022)
Champion of the Year, Children’s Campaign Fund (2022)
Champion for Children, Save the Children Action Network (2021)
Elected Official of the Year, Association of Eastside Agencies (2020)
Torch of Leadership, Association of Washington School Principals (2020)
Vicki Hoffman Legacy Award, Influence the Choice (2020)