Lisa Lambert was elected MLA for Saskatoon Churchill-Wildwood in the 2016 provincial election.
Raised in Saskatoon’s Brevoort Park neighbourhood, Lisa has deep roots in the constituency. She spent over 30 years working at CTV Saskatoon and was president of the CTV Staff Association for many years.
She served four terms as a Catholic school board trustee. She was a board member of the Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association and was selected to serve on two advisory groups for the Saskatchewan School Boards Association.
In addition to her busy professional life, Lisa has authored a cookbook and volunteered extensively in her community.
As a ten-year member of her community association, she filled many roles, including one term as president. Lisa chaired the Lakewood Suburban Program Advisory Committee and took a lead role in annual door-to-door canvass campaigns for the Heart & Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. She served four years on the Board of Directors of the Saskatoon Friendship Inn and 15 years as a volunteer. Lisa received the President's Award of Distinction from Volunteer Saskatoon in 2005.
On August 15, 2018, Lisa joined the government’s house leadership team as Deputy Whip and as a member of the House Services Committee.
Lisa has worked as a Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Education (Curriculum Development and Consultation) and continues to serve as a member of the Public Accounts, Privileges, House Services, and Crown and Central Agencies committees. She is also a board member of the Wanuskewin Heritage Park Corporation.
Lisa and her husband, Jim, have three daughters and five grandchildren.