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Lori has been involved in many land use and development issues in El Dorado County, including creating and co-leading Stop Tilden Park, which advocated to keep the land zoning at one-acre parcels in Shingle Springs, and the Shingle Springs Community Alliance, to advocate for keeping Shingle Springs rural. As president of the Alliance, Lori has led efforts to stop incompatible, high-density projects in Shingle Springs, as well as to bring the community together to create a better plan for its future. She also supports other local communities with their efforts to form alliances to stop incompatible development projects including development of Community Plans for local communities which create standards and guidelines for development that preserves communities unique characteristics and lifestyle.

Additionally, Lori continues to support work toward creating community identity pursuant to Goal 2.4 of the El Dorado County General Plan.  In December 2017 the Board of Supervisors approved funding for the creation of design standards in several communities throughout the county in an effort to preserve the unique character and lifestyle that residents enjoy.

Lori holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Management Information Systems, from California State University, Sacramento. She has also held positions with Ponderosa High School and the Forestry Challenge.