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March 7, 2017 — Local Elections

Ciudad de Manhattan BeachCandidato para Consejo Municipal

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Diane Barkelew Wallace

1,364 votos (7.32%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • 1. Address and improve the reliability of our electrical infrastructure. As MVHOA President, I led efforts with Southern California Edison and the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to revamp the electrical infrastructure in Manhattan Village.
  • 2. Support our relationships with other South Bay communities for joint projects, like the Beach Cities Health District – We are very lucky to live in a region with so many benefits.
  • 3. Focus on environmental efforts, including the protection of our coast – We are one of the many lucky communities positioned along the California coast. We must do our part to protect that coast from harm.



Profesión:career educator
Core Adjunct Professor, National University - LAX Campus (2004–current)
Member and President of the Board, Manhattan Village Homeowner's Association — Cargo elegido (2011–current)
Block Captain and Area Coordinator, MBPD Neighborhood Watch — Cargo designado (2013–current)
Member, Southern California Water Dialogue — Cargo designado (2013–current)
Assistant to the Superintendent - Program Improvement, Oxnard School District (2004–2008)
Management Consultant and Archivist, Peter Drucker - Claremont Graduate University (2001–2004)
Director, Sacramento County Office of Education (1998–2001)
District Director; Principal, Teacher, Culver City USD (1976–1998)


Pepperdine; Drucker School of Management ABD; Certificate of Leadership in Management, school leadership and organizational management (2004)
UCI Masters of Arts, education and cross cultural studies (1976)
USC Bachelor of Arts, foreign languages, history; (1969)

Actividades comunitarias

Member, League of Women Voters Beach Cities (2012–current)
Volunteer, CERT (2014–current)
Member, Sierra Club Water Committee (2012–current)


I am a native of Los Angeles and a third generation Californian.  I have owned a home and lived in Manhattan Beach since 2003.  My career has been in public education and additionally worked with Peter Drucker for four years.  In my most recent experience in school management I managed a balanced budget of nearly the same size as the City's budget. I am seeking to be elected to the City Council to be of service to the community.    

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Funcionarios electos (1)

  • Congressman Ted Lieu

Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

I have voted in every election since I was able to vote - local, state and national elections.  I consider myself to be fiscally responsible and socially liberal.  I am convinced that each person's vote counts.  I monitor the performance of our elected officials and provide input on issues that are important to me -  especially fiscal accountability, environment and public education.  If elected, I would hope the residents of Manhattan Beach would interact with me in the same way - and hold me accountable for putting forth my best efforts.

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