Lindsay Bubar is the President of the National Women’s Political Caucus, LA Westside. She is a tireless advocate for environmental reform and equal representation for women in politics. Bubar serves in leadership positions for the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters and the Truman National Security Project, and she was named one of California Forward’s “Forward Thinkers.” She recently served as Campaign Manager for Betsy Butler for California Assembly 2012 and as the Political Director for Greuel for Mayor. Wendy Greuel was the only woman candidate in the 2013 Los Angeles Mayor’s race.
Lindsay Bubar is a third-generation Angelino (resident of Los Angeles), whose dedication to helping others can be traced to her childhood. After Bubar’s mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she helped at home and her family started a golf tournament to raise money to fight the disease.
By the time Bubar attended the University of Southern California – where she earned degrees in psychology, business and advertising – her strong desire to help others had been strengthened.
The themes of equality and equity dominate Bubar’s work and volunteer efforts. Lindsay Bubar spent time at the California League of Conservation Voters and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. She is currently the President of the National Women’s Political Caucus, LA Westside Chapter and Political Director for the San Fernando Valley Young Democrats.
In Bubar’s vision of California, government works to improve funding for education, increase the number of women serving in public office (to reflect their percentage of the state’s population), and create “green” jobs.