Our Community, Our Water!
Director - District 4
Olivenhain Municipal Water
I understand the importance of providing safe, reliable, high-quality drinking water to consumers in a cost-effective manner. Access to potable drinking water is an important issue and it has a major impact on people's lives. I believe that regional conservation efforts must be not only cost-effective but safe, environmentally responsive, and sustainable.
Past Chair, San Diego Water Authority - Mark Muir
Council Member District 6 - Chris Cate
Past Council Member District 5 - Barbara Warden
Vice President, Board of Director Rincon Water - Erin Lump
Senator Brian Jones
CEO & Founder Robert Hemphill - Sunshine Soldiers
Encinitas Chamber of Commerce - Bob Gattinella
State Farm Insurance - Ralph Bettencourt
Salt and Light Council
Board Member Rancho Santa Fe School District - Jee Manghani
The Republican Party San Diego
Gregory Gechoff DDS and Kelly Gechoff
The Lincoln Club
Director, Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District, Division 5 - J. Brett Marymee
Rebecca Jones - Mayor San Marcos
Tom Sudberry - Sudberry Properties
John Peck Jr. - Peck Enterprises
Assemblywoman 75th District - Marie Waldron
San Diego Asian Americans For Equality
Dr. Rupali Chadha
Kristi Diener - Founder, California Water for Food and People Movement
Eric Chan - Director, San Gabriel County Water District
Council Member District 4 - Ed Musgrove
and many more.....
In District 4, I will:
Thank you for your unwavering support!
I want to know what is important to you!
Please contact me below with any questions you may have!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE!
Kristie was born and raised in an Agricultural family in Bakersfield, CA. She attended California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and earned two Bachelor's of Science Degrees in Crop Science and Nutritional Science including a minor in Biotechnology. Kristie understands the value of hard work. She worked while attending college and paid for her own education.
Her corporate experience in both Agriculture and Healthcare permitted her to travel extensively in California and the United States building a foundation of knowledge of both the presence and absence of water and its effects on our communities.
Kristie understands the importance of providing safe, reliable, high-quality drinking water to consumers in a cost-effective manner. Access to potable drinking water is an important issue and it has a major impact on people's lives. She believes that regional conservation efforts must be not only cost-effective but safe, environmentally responsive, and sustainable.
Her professional affiliations include Advisory Council Board Member for Doors of Hope (affiliation of Salvation Army), Southern California Healthcare Businesswomen's Association, Founder and President of The Thumbprint Project Foundation, Member of the Regional Task Force on the Homeless for San Diego, Board of Directors Lincoln Club, Past Chairman for Business Partnerships for Academy of Business and Technology, Member of California Advocacy for Nursing Home Reform, California Women's Leadership Association, Club 33-San Diego Rotary, Citizens Water Academy graduate, and she currently serves as a Delegate for the State of California.
Kristie has her eye on the future and the many generations to follow. She is a proud mom, a businesswoman, and an entrepreneur. She lives in 4S Ranch with her family.