Experienced Leadership for Laguna Niguel

Hello Friends and Neighbors!

I’m Stephanie Oddo, and I’m running for Laguna Niguel City Council to ensure that you have a seat at the table on the issues that will shape our city’s future. Many of you know me from the work I’ve done in our community through Rotary, the Chamber of Commerce and other civic activities. I love Laguna Niguel. It’s been a great place to raise our family. With your support, l pledge to work hard — every day — to preserve and enhance the quality of life we all moved here to enjoy. Let’s move Laguna Niguel forward together.

Proven Business, Government and Nonprofit Leadership

Stephanie’s social enterprise, Healthcare Mask Collaborative, has distributed over 60,000 masks to over 150 organizations including healthcare workers, first responders and the military. Stephanie worked as a public relations and web consultant for government, non-profits and businesses. Some of her clients include the U.S. Department of Justice, Maryland Department of Energy, City of Washington, D.C., EPA and Microsoft Government. Learn more.

Lifetime Commitment to Community Service

Stephanie has served her community all her life. Here in Laguna Niguel she served as President of the Rotary Club of Laguna Niguel and Chair of International Service for Rotary District 5320. Before moving to Laguna Niguel ten years ago, Stephanie served on HOA committees before being elected and reelected to the Belleair, Florida city council. Learn more.

"Stephanie Oddo has proven how much she cares about her community through her lifelong leadership and commitment to hard work."
Mike Levin
U.S. Congressman

Mother, Wife, and Neighbor

Stephanie has taken on numerous volunteer and leadership roles at her children’s schools. She served as a Laguna Niguel Girl Scout Leader for 4 years. She loved coaching Laguna Niguel Youth Soccer Association and serving as team mom for Laguna Niguel Little League. Learn more.

Commitment to Transparency

Stephanie launched her Laguna Niguel newsletter in 2021, you can read it here. You can view her public comments at city council meetings here. Stephanie founded the Observer Corps through League of Women Voters Orange Coast which observes multiple city and county boards throughout Orange County.