Lisa Sutter – Council Member
Place 7, Southeast
Elected May 2009
Term Expires May 2015
972-466-3087 (City VM)
P.O. Box 110535
Carrollton, Texas 75011-0535
Background and Education
Council Member Sutter has lived in Carrollton since 1978 and is a Native Texan. She grew up in Famers Branch and North Dallas, attending C-FBISD and DISD schools. Lisa graduated from W. T. White High School in 1976 and attended Brookhaven and El Centro Community Colleges.
Lisa was initially elected to the Carrollton City Council in 2009 and was re-elected in 2012. She served as both Deputy Mayor Pro-Tem (2010-2011) and Mayor Pro-Tem (2011-2012). Lisa currently sits as chair of the Audit/Finance Sub-Committee, Transit Orient Development Committee (TOD), member of the Trinity River Central Regional Wastewater System Advisory Committee, member of the Environmental Distinction Awards Committee, and liaison to the Capital Improvements Project Advisory Commission. Prior to her election to the Carrollton City Council, Lisa chaired the Capital Improvements Project Advisory Commission from 2005 to 2009 and was Treasurer of the 2007 Carrollton Bond Election Citizens’ Committee.
In addition to her city council duties, Lisa has served as an officer of the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum Society since 2008 and as PAC Treasurer for the Downtown Dallas Republican Women’s Club since 2007. Lisa has been a member of the Navy League of the United States – Dallas Council since 1997 and she served as an Executive Board Member of the C-FB Soccer Association for more than 20 years.
Professional and Personal
Councilmember Sutter works for Stock and Option Solutions, Inc. as a Consultant to public companies, managing their corporate stock plans and related financial reporting, and handling SEC reporting of stock compensation matters. Previous public companies she has worked for in the same capacity include U.S. Concrete, MetroPCS and Allegiance Telecom. Lisa and her husband, John, have been married for 36 years and have two daughters, ages 34 and 36, and two grandchildren, ages 13 and 8.
• Appointed Admiral in the Texas Navy by Governor Rick Perry (2012)
• Recipient of the City of Carrollton Jimmy Porter Award for dedication and service on behalf of the community (1999)
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