New Deputy CEO for Infrastructure & Environmental Services Begins
(Santa Ana, CA) - County Executive Officer Thomas G. Mauk announced today that Alisa Drakodaidis is beginning her new role as Deputy County Executive Officer for Infrastructure and Environmental Services for the County of Orange. Her appointment was made April 2, 2007.
As head of Infrastructure and Environmental Services she will oversee five departments: Resources & Development Management Department; Housing & Community Services; Integrated Waste Management; Registrar of Voters and Dana Point Harbor Department.
Drakodaidis joined the County in 2004 as the Chief Deputy Director of the Social Services Agency. She also held various positions with the County of Los Angeles including over five years as Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, Executive Officer and Planning and Development Director for the Probation Department.
She earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration at California State University, Long Beach and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and Political Science from San Diego State University. Drakodaidis is a resident of Lake Forest.
“Alisa has a tremendous background in public service and will be a dynamic addition to our team,” said Mauk. “She has the vision, experience and skills needed to successfully lead Infrastructure and Environmental Services for the County.”
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