Barbara Delgleize, a residential real estate broker, has lived in Huntington Beach since 1974 where she raised her daughter. She is active in philanthropic organizations and has been a long time member of the HB Chamber of Commerce, having served as Chairman of the Board in 2009. In addition, she served on the HB Infrastructure Committee and as a member of the 2009 HB Centennial Committee celebrating 100 years of Huntington Beach history.
Prior to her election to the City Council in 2014, Barbara has been a member and chair of the Huntington Beach Planning Commission from 2008-2012 and served on the Visit Huntington Beach Board of Directors. She is active in many community organizations including the Huntington Beach Assistance League Advisory Board, a member of Soroptimist International of HB and the HB Council on Aging. Barbara also appreciates the Huntington Beach pet friendly environment where she enjoys spending time with her two Tibetian terriers Jack and Gracie.
As Mayor, Barbara is serving on the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Board, Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD), Santa Ana River Flood Project Agency (SARFPA), Association of California Cities - OC (ACCOC), Visit HB, Intergovernmental Relations Committee (IRC) and Economic Development Committee (EDC) and Coastal Coalition Board. As a Council Member she has served on the Central Park Task Force and Sunset Beach Community Association.
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